Møller, Trine - Soprano

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EVOLUTION!, Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, 2017
TBM’s fantastic and voluminous voice (...) reveals a particular strength, clarity and intensity in her arias.
–          Rachel Einarsson, Jyllandsposten, 30.09.2017
A distinguished soloist performance by TBM influenced the premiere of Niels Marthinsen’s evolution oratorio (…) about science put to music. (...) The soprano TBM narrated and put the many questions with eminent technique and presence, now and then with a children’s TV-like preoccupation with the big narrative and wonder.
As mentioned, 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.
–          Ole Staarup, Aarhus Stiftstidende, 30.09.2017
Suzuki/Madama Butterfly – Guidopera, 2013
Trine Bastrup Møller was captivating. With her intense, beautiful and well set voice she made a deep impression.
–          Viborg dagblad, 02.11.2013
Schönberg: Das Buch der hängenden Gärten, with pianist Julie Andkjær Olsen, Københavns Musikteater, 2010
There was not only a a proffessional superiority in these two artists' performance. There was also an artistic integrity and mature ease in their interpretation of these difficult musical works - properties that repealed that same feeling of difficulty, and gave the performance an air of naturalness.
Trine Bastrup Møller's pronounciation so flawlesly and expressively integrated in her very differentiated vocal production, the dark voluminousness functioning just as easily, however much or little she felt it nessesary to use strength.
–          Gregers Dirckink-Holmfeld
Bach’s Juleoratorium I-III, Musikhuset Aarhus, med Aarhus Symfoniorkester, 2012
Denise Beck and Trine Bastrup Møller showed once again why they really seem to be going to dominate the Danish opera stages in the coming years with weight and precision.
–          Henrik Friis, Politiken, 9.12.2012
Rosina/Barber of Seville, Danish National Opera, 2011
The coveted one everything is evolving around is performed with just the right amount of girlishness and self-assurance by Trine Bastrup Møller, who with her creamish, warm soprano melts the hearts of both the men and the audience.
–          Jakob Holm, Kristeligt Dagblad, 05.03.2011
Generally the temperature rose consideringly when Rosina entered the stage (...) Trine Bastrup Møller singing consistently beautifully and with feminine nobility.
–          John Christiansen, Jyllandsposten
Rosina/Barber of Seville, Oper Schloss Hallwyl, Schweiz, 2012
Grosse emotionale und vokale Spannweite kennzeichnet die bald mädchenhaft verträumte, bald aufmüpfige Rosina von Trine Bastrup Møller.
–          Luzerner Zeitung 30.07.2012
Trine Bastrup Moller entzückte in der Rolle Rosina.
–          Bochumer Zeitung 27.07.2012
Among the cast, the most convincing soloists were Gabriel Urrutia (Figaro) and Trine Bastrup Møller (Rosina).

–          Opernwelt 23.07.2012