Max Artved was admitted to the Academy at the age of 15 and qualified as a soloist in 1990. During his years of study, he went abroad to both Paris and London, where he studied under Maurice Bourque and Gordon Hunt. He was appointed solo oboist in The Danish National Symphony Orchestra in 1990 and from 1992 1st solo oboist.
He started DR’s Wind Quintet and is also the artistic leader of The Diamond Ensemble, the resident ensemble of the Royal Library. He has won several prizes throughout the years as well as receiving several distinctions, including The Music Critic’s Circle’s art prize and Gladsaxe Music Prize.
Max Artved was appointed professor at the RDAM in 2009.