Turid Moberg has performed in concerts both nationally and internationally, with a varied and wide-ranging repertoire. After studying at the Bergen Conservatory of Music, she completed her education at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (GSMD) in London. Here she performed several operatic roles: Mere Marie (Dialogue des Carmelites), Pierotto (Linda di Chamounix) and La Chatte (L’Enfant et les Sortileges).
As a student, Turid won several awards: 1st prize in Ungdommens sangmesterskap (Oslo), Schubert Lider Prize (GSMD), and the Singer’s prize in the Gerald Moore Award (London). Later she worked as a freelancer with, amongst others, the Glyndebourne Festival Opera (choir and understudies), English Touring Opera and Mid Wales Opera, where she sang Cherubino (Le Nozze di Figaro) in two different productions. She also has an extensive repertoir of songs and Lieder, and has collaborated with pianists such as Iain Burnside, Eugene Asti, Susie Allan and Alexander Scmaltz, and performed in the “Young Songmakers” program under the leadership of Graham Johnson.
She has performed with orchestras such as the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Krinkastingsorkesteret, Jyvaskyllä Sinfonia, Bergen Baroque and Collegium Musicum. She also appeared in the series,”Voices” for BBC Radio 3 and at the Covent Garden and Kirsten Flagstad Music Festivals. In recent years, Turid’s focus has been on both large and small oratorio works, including a number of works by Bach, Handel and Mozart. Since 2000 she has mainly worked as a teacher. Turid is employed by Edvard Grieg Chorus and Os Kulturskule.