Signe Sneh is a lyric soprano with a big range of roles. She is studying at the The Royal Opera Academy (2013-2016), which is a three-year opera singer program in association with the Royal Danish Theatre and the Royal Danish Academy of Music.
Signe has been a soloist with several orchestras in Denmark and abroad. She has by several occasions been performing for Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II including at the Queen’s 40th anniversary. She has worked with several Danish and foreign conductors, and has been a soloist with musicians from The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Odense Symphony Orchestra and several of Denmarks leading symphony and harmony orchestras. Signe has also been a soloist with the Orchestra of the Royal Guards and Christian XI’s ensemble.
Signe has received several prizes, awards and honorary grants. She won the first prize in the competition Opera Friends (2012). She has received the Betty Bevals Opera grant, Martha Hansen’s memorial grant and recently the Roager Fund Talent grant, which is an honorary grant that can not be applied for. Signe debuted as a soloist at the Royal Theatre spring 2014 in the role as Serpina (La Serva Padrona). Other roles include The Princess (Klods Hans), Papagena (Die Zauberflöte), Abisaj (Saul & David), Hélena (A Midsummer Nights Dream), Cunégonde (Candide) and Suor Genovieffa (Il Triticco / Suor Angelica). In 2016 she will be performing the role as Poppea (L’incoronazione di Poppea) at the Royal Danish Theater.