Malin Broman is a violinist much in demand as a soloist, artistic director, chamber musician, teacher and orchestral leader. She studied with Lisbeth Vecchi and Milan Vitek before winning a scholarship to study with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Early in her career, Malin was a prizewinner at numerous competitions including in the Carl Nielsen International Violin Competition, Denmark. At the Washington International Competition for Strings, she gained both First Prize and the Audience Prize and the performance that won her third prize in the European Broadcasting Union Competition for Young Musicians was televised live throughout Europe. Malin has since forged a successful solo career. Highlights include performances with the Gothenburg Symphony, Copenhagen Phil, BBC Scottish Symphony, Academy of St Martin-in-the Fields and the Swedish Radio Orchestra, working with such conductors as Neeme Järvi, Andrew Manze and Daniel Harding.
Devoted to chamber music, Malin is a founding member of the Kungsbacka Piano Trio, which was selected for both the BBC New Generation Artists Scheme and the European Concert Halls Organization. The trio has made its Carnegie Hall debut and appeared at major venues, including the Concertgebouw, Vienna Konzerthaus, Cologne Philharmonie, Berlin Philharmonie, Schleswig-Holstein and Schwetzinger Festspiele, with residencies at Lofoten and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festivals, and tours of Argentina, Uruguay, Australia, New Zealand & Canada. In 2001, she founded Kungsbacka Chamber Music Festival, now called Change. From 2004-2010, she was a member of the Nash Ensemble and made her debut at the BBC Proms. The ensemble toured extensively and enjoyed a residency at London's Wigmore Hall. Together they made many recordings for Hyperion and Wigmore Live, amongst others, and broadcast regularly on BBC Radio 3.