Sophie Dunér

Singer and Composer

Sophie Dunér is a singer and composer from Sweden who has lived and performed internationally. Sophie’s music and performances are a fusion of jazz and contemporary classical idioms, and she has created her own fresh and wild voice using different elements of these styles.

The renowned producer Michael Haas worked on Sophie’s album The City of My Soul, which was released with Big Round Records, a Parma Recordings Company. Sophie has also collaborated with top musicians including electric cellist Jeremy Harman from the Sirius Quartet, The Callino Quartet, Rory Stuart, Matt Pennmann, Kahlil Kwame Bell and Dominic Duval, Bertram Lehmann and Fernando Huergo amongst others. She has toured the U.S and Buenos Aires, as well as performing across Europe.

Sophie is also a painter, and many of her paintings reference the musical influence in her life. Her work is included alongside 17 other European artists in an art book by Swedish gallery owner Christer Botéus; a copy of The City of My Soul is included in every book. Audiovisual concerts are now a large part of Sophie’s work, as her songs are already strongly connected to her paintings, which are projected digitally at performances.


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