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B i o g r a p h y

Trine Møller started out as a lyric mezzo-soprano, studying in London at the Royal Academy Opera School, at the National Opera Studio, and in Copenhagen at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.


Trine Møller has since changed voice type and she made her soprano debut in the role of Tosca (Puccini’s Tosca) at Slotsoperaen in Denmark in 2018. Quickly adding more dramatic roles to the spinto repertoire, she sang her first Turandot (Puccini’s Turandot) at the 2019 Immling Festival in Bayern, Germany, and in 2022 Trine made her role debut as Brünnhilde in Wagner’s Die Walküre at the Royal Danish Opera, for which she was awarded the  ‘Singer of the Year’ prize by the Danish Reumert Prize committee. Another recent role debut was Brünnhilde in Siegfried at Den Ny Opera, Esbjerg, and later follows Der Ring des Nibelungen at Theater Basel in Switzerland, the title role in Strauss'  Elektra in Lübeck,  Abigaille (Verdi:Nabucco) at Theater Köln, and Brünnhilde in Die Walküre at Deutsche Oper Berlin .


As a mezzo, she had her Royal Danish Opera debut in David McVicar’s production of Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea, in the roles of Amore and Valetto, a debut for which she received the prestigious Reumert Talent Award.


Other Danish Royal Opera engagements include Rosmira (Handel’s Partenope), Cherubino (Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro), Olga (Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin) and Mercedes (Bizet’s Carmen). For the Danish National Opera she has sung Dorabella (Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte), Rosina (Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia) and Cherubino. At Den Ny Opera in Esbjerg, Trine has sung Rosina, Ramiro (Mozart’s La finita giardiniera), Waltraute (Wagner’s Die Walküre) and Wellgunde (Wagner’s Das Rheingold). For the Rued Langgaard Festival in Ribe she sang Kundry (Wagner’sParsifal) and Gådestemningens Ekko (Langgaard’s Antikrist). 


International engagements include Turandot for Theater Magdeburg, Angelina (Rossini’s La cenerentola) and Idamante (Mozart’s Idomeneo) for Tiroler Landesteater, Innsbruck, Austria, and Olga in Eugene Onegin for Oper Leipzig in Germany.


Trine Møller has received many prizes including the Lucille Graham Award, the Axel Schiøtz Prize, the Elisabeth Dons Memorial Scholarship, and the Aalborg Opera Prize.

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