Soprano Ann-Helen Moen is an extremely versatile singer who is known for her musical interpretations of a broad repertoire ranging from the early baroque to the great romantic composers and contemporary music. She performs both in concerts and in operas.
Together with Liv Glaser on fortepiano she has recorded Mozart’s Lieder for SIMAX Classics. She performs regularly with all the Norwegian and Danish orchestras, and collaborates with the Engegård Quartet and pianists such as Christian Ihle Hadland, Håvard Gimse, Liv Glaser and Ingrid Andsnes. Conductors she has sung with include Ed Gardner, Masaaki Suzuki, Rinaldo Alessandrini, William Christie, Harry Christophers, Sir Andrew Davis, Paul McCreesh, Eivind Gullberg Jensen, Philippe Jordan, Kristjan Järvi, Andrew Litton, Susanna Mälkki and Juanjo Mena.
Moen studied with Susanna Eken at the Opera Academy in Copenhagen. Upon completing her studies she was engaged as a soloist at the Graz Opera in Austria for three years.