Malin Broman is highly sought after as a soloist, artistic director, chamber musician, teacher and orchestral leader. Over the past two decades she has performed as soloist with numerous orchestras including BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and St-Martin-in-the Fields. In 2008 Malin was appointed concertmaster of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra with which she has recorded Nielsen’s Violin Concerto and has commissioned a violin concerto from Helen Grime (premiered under the baton of Daniel Harding). She is frequently invited to guest lead the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra and London Symphony Orchestra amongst others.

She is increasingly in demand as a soloist/artistic director and from the 15/16 season she took up the post of Artistic Director for the Musica Vitae chamber orchestra. A passionate chamber musician, Malin is a founder member of the internationally acclaimed Kungsbacka Piano Trio and Stockholm Syndrome Ensemble. From 2004 to 2010 she was a member of the Nash Ensemble. She plays regularly with duo partner Simon Crawford Phillips and collaborates with artists such as Anne Sofie von Otter, Pekka Kuusisto and Veronika Eberle.

In 2008 Malin was appointed viola Professor at Edsberg Music Institute. She plays a rare Guadagnini violin dated 1782 and a 1861 Bajoni viola, both generously loaned by the Järnåker foundation. Malin’s performances have been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Swedish Radio and throughout Europe. She has recorded over 30 discs with labels including Hyperion, NAXOS, Channel Classics, Daphne Records and BIS Records.