Trine Møller studied in London at the Royal Academy Opera School and the National Opera Studio, and in Copenhagen at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. She made her Royal Danish Opera debut in Monteverdi's ‹L'incoronazione di Poppea› for which she received the prestigious Reumert Talent Award. Other Royal Danish Opera engagements have included Cherubino (‹Le nozze di Figaro›) and Mercedes (‹Carmen›). For the Danish National Opera, she has also sung Dorabella in ‹Cosi fan tutte› and Rosina in ‹Il barbiere di Siviglia›. At Den Ny Opera in Esbjerg, Trine has performed as Waltraute in ‹Die Walküre› and Wellgunde in ‹Das Rheingold›. For the Rued Langgaard Festival in Ribe, she has portrayed Kundry in ‹Parsifal› and Gådestemningens Ekko in Rued Langgaard's ‹Antikrist›. International engagements include ‹La Cenerentola› and ‹Idomeneo› at Tiroler Landesteater and ‹Eugen Onegin› at Oper Leipzig. Trine recently changed from mezzo-soprano to soprano and made her soprano debut in the role of Tosca at Slotsoperaen in Denmark in 2018. She sang her first Turandot at the 2019 Immling Festival in Bavaria. Other roles since then have included Brünnhilde in Wagner's ‹Die Walküre› at the Royal Danish Opera and in ‹Siegfried› and ‹Götterdämmerung› at Den Ny Opera in Esbjerg, as well as ‹Turandot› at Theater Magdeburg and the title role in ‹Elektra› in Lübeck. Trine has received many prizes, including the Lucille Graham Award, the Axel Schiøtz Prize, the Elisabeth Dons Memorial Scholarship and the Aalborg Opera Prize.