Ingeborg has twenty years of experience as a solo performer of classical music and Norwegian folk music. She has worked with Jordi Savall, Rolf Lislevand, The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Gothenburg Barock, among others. Her field of interest ranges from contemporary music to medieval music, with a special love for barock music.
Ingeborg visited Rainbow Studio (Oslo) in September 2021 to record selected peaces of contemporary music for solo voice, paired with Norwegian folk music in a highly original and personal project. The record will document an ambitious and courageous menu of compositions, and will be released late 2022.
Ingeborg has worked with the Barock repertoire for twenty years, ever since studying with prof. Barbara Schlick in Germany early 2000. She describes this repertoire as her life-long and everlasting passion. Her Master Degree from The Norwegian Academy of Music had The Seventeenth Century Barock Opera as its subject (link). Se has worked with conductors and ensembles like Rinaldo Allesandrini, Christophe Rousset, Alan Curtis, Ottavio Dantone, William Christie, Jordi Savall and Sigiswald Kuijken.
Ingeborg has studied Norwegian folk music at Telemark Collage in Rauland, and the Norwegian Folk music has been a part of her musical identity for the last 25 years. She describes folk singing as playing on a different instrument, as opposed to classical singing. She describes this repertoire as her home, and a field that she will always return to.
When it comes to the sacred music, Ingeborg has done solo performances for decades, with such a wide geographical spread as from Tromsø to Bilbao. When is comes to repertoire, she has performed works like Monteverdi's Vespers, Bach's Oratorios, Mozart's Requiem and Haydn's Nelson Mass.
In 2006, Ingeborg completed her Masters degree in barock opera at The Norwegian Academy of Music, which involved a full production of Francesca Caccini's opera «La Liberazione di Ruggiero dall'isola d'Alchina». Ingeborg has enjoyed the oppurtunity to take part in several opera productions, among them Purcell's «Dido and Aneas» with The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Rameau's «Pygmalion» with Trondheim Barokk and Monteverdi's «Orpheo» with Gothenburg Baroque.