Ann-Helen Moen, soprano

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Ann-Helen Moen is a lyric soprano known for her clarity and beauty of tone as well as for the focus of her delivery whether in concert or on the opera stage. She has performed with some of the most distinguished ensembles
and companies in the world, from the Bach Collegium Japan and the MDR Symphony Orchestra to the opera houses of Zurich and Hannover.

Ann-Helen is widely recognised as a significant interpreter of Mozart, and has sung Donna Anna, Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Pamina and First Lady (The Magic Flute) at The Norwegian Opera & Ballet in Oslo. Her repertoire also includes Sandrina (La Finta Giardiniera), Donna Elvira, (Don Giovanni) and the Countess (The Marriage of Figaro). Ann-Helen started her career as a company member at the Opera Graz, and has appeared at the Hannover Staatsoper, the Zurich Opera, the Danish National Opera, the Théâtre Paris Villette, Trieste and at companies in Germany, Sweden and Ireland.

Aside from Mozart, she has sung the title role in Handel’s Semele, Almirena (Rinaldo) and Dorinda (Orlando) , Michaela in Bizet’s Carmen, Tatjana in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, the title role in Madama Butterly, Antonia (Hoffmann’s Tales), Ann Trulove in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, Lauretta in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Mimi in his La bohème. She has created a number of roles from scratch and taken part in world premieres in Europe and the United States.

Ann-Helen Moen