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Josefine Cronholm at Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2018
Josefine Cronholm at Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2018
Josefine Cronholm in Germany, 2011
Josefine Cronholm in Germany, 2011

Josefine Cronholm (born 1971) is a Swedish jazz vocalist, singer and songwriter, who has won two Danish Jazz Grammy Awards.[1][2] Her debut album Wild Garden was released on 2002. She also provided a cover of The Carpenters' Close to You and an original song called "If I Apologised" for the film MirrorMask. She sang on the Django Bates Album Quiet Nights in 1998.[3]


As leader

  • 2001 Wild Garden (Stunt)
  • 2003 Hotel Paradise (Stunt)
  • 2010 Songs of the Falling Feather (ACT)
  • 2018 Ember

As guest

With ARC

  • 2013 Archipelago, Andersson/Russo/Cronholm (Gateway)

With Frans Bak

  • 1999 Natsange (Stunt)
  • 2007 Forbrydelsen (Universal)
  • 2016 Sound of North (Universal)

With Django Bates

  • 1999 Quiet Nights (Screwgun)

With Marilyn Mazur

  • 2002 All the birds (Stunt)
  • 2011 Celestial Circle, Mazur/Cronholm/Taylor/Jormin (ECM)
  • 2014 Flamingo Sky, Mazur/Cronholm/Jonsson (Stunt)

With New Jungle Orchestra

  • 1998 Giraf (Da Capo)
  • 2000 Zig Zag Zimfoni (Stunt)
  • 2004 Cheek to Cheek (Stunt)
  • 2009 Live at Skuespillerhuset copenhagen (Steeplechase)

With Steen Rasmussen

  • 2009 Amanha, I morron, Tomorrow (Calibrated)
  • 2015 Presenca

With String Swing

  • 2001 Red Shoes (Stunt)
  • 2005 Blue Hat (Stunt)

With others

  • 1997 Facum Est (RM)
  • 2001 Anker/Mazur/Crispell Poetic Justice (Da Capo)
  • 2005 Mirromask
  • 2006 Josefine Cronholm Easy jazz (Fønix)
  • 2007 Josefine Cronholm Nordic Voices (ACT)
  • 2017 Springet (film by Claus Bom, Music by Ida Bach Jensen)


  1. ^ Mann, Ian (4 June 2010). "Songs of the Falling Feather". The Jazz Mann.
  2. ^ "Josefine Cronholm Biography". ACT Music.
  3. ^ Carr, Ian; Fairweather, Digby; Priestley, Brian; Alexander, Charles (2004). The Rough Guide to Jazz. Rough Guides. p. 55. ISBN 9781843532569. Josefine Cronholm Swedish jazz vocalist.

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