Møller, Anne-Theresa - Mezzo Soprano

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Møller, Anne-TheresaMezzo Soprano
Møller, Anne-TheresaMezzo Soprano
Møller, Anne-TheresaMezzo Soprano


Anne-Theresa Møller became a member of the ensemble at National Theater Mannheim while she was still finishing her studies in Berlin at „Hanns Eisler“ University of Music. From 2008-2014 she could work out a great repertoire there and sang almost every role of the lyric repertoire. Among many others, such roles as Octavian, Charlotte, Rosina, Muse/Nicklausse, Dorabella, Cherubino, Hänsel and Olga.
In 2013 she celebrated a big success in one of the main roles in the world premiere of M. Weinberg´s „Idiot“ under the baton of Thomas Sanderling which was announced „World Premiere of the Year 2013“ by the German magazine „Opernwelt“.
Since autumn 2014 she is working as a freelance singer in Berlin. Engagements brought her for example to Korea to the „Deagu International Opera Festival“ and to Japan where she sang the  alto part in Mahler´s 2nd Symphony in the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Concert Hall in Japan under Kenichiro Kobayashi with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra. In 2015/16 she gave her debut as Brangäne in Wagner´s Tristan and Isolde at Landestheater Niederbayern. In 2016/17 she will have her debut as Carmen and Venus (Tannhäuser) and will sing the Wagner's Wesendock Lieder with the Philharmonic Orchestra Vorpommern.
Anne has worked with a numerous amount of important conductors such as Donald Runnicles, Cornelius Meister, Dan Ettinger, Friedemann Layer, Thomas Sanderling, Axel Kober, Hans Graf, Daniel Klajner, Justus Frantz, Jan Latham-König, Zsolt Hamar аnd Jörg- Peter Weigle. Her singing brought her to many different stages such as Deutsche Oper Berlin, Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Saarländisches Staatstheater Saarbrücken, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Theater Heidelberg, Theater Freiburg, Theater Bielfeld, Saatstheater Cottbus, Theater Koblenz and to concert halls such as Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Berlin Philharmonie and the Concert House Berlin.
She is also a well-known name in the German recital scene and is a regular guest in renowned festivals such as Niedersächsische Musiktage, Mecklenburg Vorpommern Musikfestival, Bodensee Festival, Schumannfest in Bonn, Leipziger Schumannfest and das Lied in Dresden.
Anne got her singing education from great singers such as KS Prof. Julia Varady and went to Masterclasses with Brigitte Fassbaender, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Ann Murray and Wolfram Rieger.
She won several important prices for example the 1st price at the XV International Schumann Competition in 2008, the 2nd price at the „Cantilena singing competition“ in Bayreuth in 2007, the „Price of the three Berlin Opera Houses“ at the „37th National Singing Competition for singing“ and was in the Semifinals at the ARD Competition 2012 in Munich.