Bio

Mia Knop Jacobsen is an award-winning danish singer, composer, and music producer who has gained international recognition for her unique  voice in todays music scene with her organic fusion of pop, jazz, and electronic music. 

As a vocalist Mia has toured extensively through South America, Asia, North America, and Europe collaborating with world renowned artists including Quincy Jones, George Benson, and Jacob Collier, and has performed at important music festivals and venues including Jazz Open Stuttgart 2017, the Beldrade Jazz Festival, the Kennedy Center for Perfoming Arts, the Rochester International Jazz Festival, Le Poisson Rouge in New York City, the Constellation in Chicago, IL, the Jazz Rally in Düsseldorf, and the A-Trane in Berlin, to name a few. 

Currently based in Berlin, Germany, Mia is a founding member of the alternative trash pop trio Rosemarine whose self-titled debut album was recorded in London's famous Eastcote Studios and was released on the american record label Ropeadope, resulting in a featured performance at the Berlin XJazz Festival in 2019.  Mia is also a member of the jazz trio Last Chance to Misbehave alongside pianist and ECM recording artist Julia Hülsmann and international avant-garde turkish singer Ayse Cansu Tanrikulu and were recently featured at the 2020 Internationales Jazzfestival Halle - Women In Jazz.  

A graduate of the Jazz Institut Berlin and former student of star vocal coach David Lee Brewer, Mia has been awarded the Sparda Jazz Award in 2017 for her quintet The Mia Knop Jacobsen Group,  as well as the 2018 Betty Carter´s Jazz Ahead Residency at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C..  Most recently Mia has been nomianted for the Listen to Berlin Awards 2020 for her debut song as a solo artist "Losing Our Game" which will be featured on the CD compilation Listen To Berlin 2020/2021.