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Møller, Trine - Soprano

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Møller, TrineSoprano
Møller, TrineSoprano
Møller, TrineSoprano
Møller, TrineSoprano
Møller, TrineSoprano

Biography

Trine Møller has studied in London at the Royal Academy Opera School (Dip.RAM) and at the National Opera Studio, and in Copenhagen at the Royal Danish Academy of Music Soloist Class.  
 
Trine Møller has recently changed fach from mezzosoprano to soprano. As her professional soprano debut, Trine Møller recently sang the big soloist part in the premiere of Niels Marthinsen’s  EVOLUTION! for Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, for which the reviewers commented: “TBM reveals a particular strength, clarity and intensity in her arias.” “The soprano TBM shined as the soloist. Her part had some technical and interpretational challenges which she solved very convincingly. It’s going to be exciting to follow her further career.” 
 
She will have her debut as Tosca this summer at Slotsoperaen Festival in Denmark and as Wellgunde and  Freia (cover) in Wagner’s Rheingold in 2019 at “Den Ny Opera” in Esbjerg.
 
As a mezzo, she had her Royal Danish Opera debut in 2008 in David McVicar’s production of Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea, in the rôles of Amore and Valletto, a debut for which she received the prestigious Reumert Talent Award. Other Danish Royal Opera engagements include Cherubino (Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro), Olga (Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin), and Mercedes (Bizet: Carmen). For the Danish National Opera she has sung Dorabella, Rosina and Cherubino. Engagements outside of Denmark include Angelina (Rossini: La Cenerentola) and Idamante (Mozart: Idomeneo) for Tiroler Landestheater, Innsbruck, and she made her German debut at Oper Leipzig in the role of Olga.  
 
Trine Møller has a profound love of the lied genre and has as part of the artists’ group ’Elfenbenstaarnet’ created and performed in several dramatized lied theatre productions. Trine Bastrup Møller has received many prizes including the Van Hauen Scholarship, the Lucille Graham Award, the Axel Schiøtz Prize, the Elisabeth Dons Memorial Scholarship, and the Aalborg Opera Prize.