"Susanna (Mariann Fjeld-Solberg) is so seductive in the garden-scene
that this becomes the evening's biggest testament to the enchanting
power of opera."

- Sundsvalls Tidning

"Mariann Fjeld-Solberg's interpretation of Susanna allows her to skillfully
showcase her broad register, from flirtation to outrage to amiability.
Her voice glitters in the higher register. Musically a convincing portrayal."

- Västerbottens Kuriren


Mariann Fjeld-Solberg



While studying at the University College of Opera in Stockholm, Mariann Fjeld-Solberg sang her first role at Stockholm’s Royal Opera, 23 years of age. In 2004 she was awarded the Jenny Lind Scholarship, which led to a recital tour of the USA. She then went on to win both the National Queen Sonja Music Competition and the Malmö Vocal Competition in 2007. In 2008 she received a two years recital engagement award from Concerts Norway.

Fjeld-Solberg has appeared in several roles at The Norwegian National Opera, including Mimì (La Bohème), Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) and Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), a role she also performed at Norrlandsoperan in 2015, Umeå Sweden and in 2011 with Peter Mattei in his triumphant rendition at the Mattei Festival in Luleå. She has also worked at the Bergen National Opera, The Folk Opera in Stockholm, Malmö Opera, Savonlinna Festival in Finland and the Ringsaker Opera, singing roles such as Micaëla (Carmen) and Marguerite (Faust) among others.

Fjeld-Solberg appears extensively in concert and has performed with Düsseldorfer Symfoniker, Nordnorsk Symphony Orchestra, St Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and several others, working with conductors such as Louis Langrée, Fabio Biondi, Rinaldo Alessandrini and Jun Märkl.

Mariann Fjeld-Solberg is represented by Stellis Polaris / Richard Klingspor

Music, to me, is the one art form that has the ability to immediately capture and describe emotions.This makes music very personal for
me and extremely important in my life

Mariann Fjeld-Solberg
2019 – 2010
  • Cio-Cio-San– Madama Butterfly – Verkstan and tour, Malmö Opera – 2017
  • Mimi– La Boheme – Kristiansund Opera – 2017
  • Title role– Mozart’s girl – Bergen National Opera – 2016
  • Micaëla – Carmen – Ringsaker Opera – 2015
  • Susanna – Le Nozze di Figaro – Norrlandsoperan – 2015
  • Juliette – Roméo et Juliette – Malmö Opera (on tour) – 2014
  • Mimì – La Bohème – Norwegian National Opera – 2014
  • Mimì – La Bohème – Norwegian National Opera – 2012
  • Sacerdotessa – Aida – Norwegian National Opera – 2012
  • Sylva – Die Csárdásfürstin -Folketeateret – 2012
  • 2nd Niece – Peter Grimes – Savonlinna Opera Festival – 2012
  • Susanna – Le Nozze di Figaro – Peter Mattei Festival Luleå – 2011
  • Pamina – Die Zauberflöte – Norwegian National Opera – 2011
  • Susanna – Le Nozze di Figaro – Norwegian National Opera 2010
  • Oscar – Un Ballo in Mascera – Norwegian National Opera – 2010
  • 1st Wood-Sprite – Rusalka – Norwegian National Opera – 2009
  • Adele – Die Fledermaus – Norwegian National Opera – 2008
  • Adele – Die Fledermaus – Norwegian National Opera – 2006
  • Marguerite – Faust – Malmö Opera – 2005
  • Juliette – Roméo et Juliette – Folkoperan Stockholm – 2005
  • Ingeborg – The Bride of the Mountain King – Folkoperan Stockholm – 2005
  • Micaëla – Carmen – Musik i Dalarna – 2004
  • Zerlina – Don Giovanni – Musik i Dalarna – 2004


2019 – 2010
  • “Grieg, Borgstrøm & Romatikken” with pianist Ilmi‐Åse Mathiesen – 2019
  • Opera Galla tour with Nordnorsk Symphony Orchestra and Alexey Bogorad – 2016
  • Mozart concerts with Kristiansand Symfoniorkester and Henrik Schaefer – 2015
  • La Damoiselle Èlue (C. Debussy) and Requiem (G. Fauré) – Oslo Concert Hall with Jun Märkl and The Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra – 2014
  • Sacerdotessa – Aida (G. Verdi) – The Grieg Hall with Andrew Litton – 2014
  • Johannes-Passion* (J. S. Bach) – Ringsaker Church – 2013
  • Peer Gynt (Solveig)* (E. Grieg) – Olavshallen, Trondheim – 2013
  • Peer Gynt (Solveig and Anitra) with Düsseldorfer Symphoniker and John Fiore – Tonhalle, Düsseldorf – 2012
  • Die Zauberflöte with Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and Fabio Biondi – Stavanger Concert Hall – 2012
  • Concert with St Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra and Alexander Titov – Bragernes Church – 2012
  • Messiah(G. F. Händel) with Rinaldo Alessandrini – Norwegian National Opera & Ballet – 2011
  • Concerts Norway recital tour with Søren Rastogi – Different venues throughout Norway – 2010
  • Requiem (J. Rutter) – Åssiden Church – 2010
2009 – 2004
  • New Years Concerts with Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra – Førde, and Sogndal Kulturhus – 2009
  • Recital with Bernt Wilhelmsson – Norwegian National Opera & Ballet – 2009
  • Weihnachtsoratorium (J. S. Bach) – Frogner Church – 2009
  • Christmas Concert with Malmö Symphony Orchestra – Malmö Concert Hall – 2007
  • Die Fledermaus with Norrköping Symphony Orchestra and Stefan Solyom – Louis De Greer Concert Hall – 2005
  • New Years Concert with Lund Symphony Orchestra – Lund Concert Hall – 2005
  • Jenny Lind Recital tour with Bernt Wilhelmsson – Different venues in the USA and Canada – 2004

Education, Awards and Scholarships:

  • Stockholm University College of Opera – 2001 – 2004
  • Stockholm Kulturama School of Performing Arts – 1999 – 2001
  • Concerts Norway INTRO Competition, 1st Prize Winner – 2008
  • Malmö International Vocal Competition, 1st Prize Winner – 2007
  • National Finals of the Queen Sonja Music Competition, 1st Prize Winner – 2007
  • Jenny Lind Scholarship, Winner – 2004
  • Joel Berglund Scholarship, Winner – 2003
  • The Royal Swedish Academy of Music Scholarship, Winner – 2003
  • Nedre Eiker Culture Scholarship, Winner – 2002

Vocal Coaches/Professors

  • Craig Rutenberg – Vocal Coach/Teacher of Interpretation
  • David Harper – Pianist/Vocal Coach
  • Enza Ferrari – Pianist/Vocal Coach
  • Dominic Wheeler – Conductor/Music Coach
  • Brian Jauhiainen – Bass/Vocal Coach
  • John Lidal – Pianist/Vocal Coach
  • Barbro Marklund – Professor of Song at the Norwegian Academy of Music
Le Nozze di Figaro – <br />Peter Mattei Festival, Luleå

Le Nozze di Figaro –
Peter Mattei Festival, Luleå

Concerts – <br>Düsseldorfer Symfoniker <br>Conductor: John Fiore

Concerts –
Düsseldorfer Symfoniker
Conductor: John Fiore

Die Zauberflöte – <br>Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

Die Zauberflöte –
Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

Die Csárdásfürstin – <br />Folketeateret, Oslo

Die Csárdásfürstin –
Folketeateret, Oslo

Le Nozze di Figaro – <br />Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

Le Nozze di Figaro –
Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

La Bohème – <br>Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

La Bohème –
Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

Romeo et Juliette – <br />Folk Opera, Stockholm

Romeo et Juliette –
Folk Opera, Stockholm



Mariann Fjeld-Solberg’s interpretation of Susanna allows her to skillfully showcase her broad register, from flirtation to outrage to amiability. Her voice glitters in the higher register. Musically a convincing portrayal.

Susanna (Mariann Fjeld-Solberg) is so seductive in the garden-scene that this becomes the evening’s biggest testament to the enchanting power of opera.

Daniel Johansson does a wonderful Rodolfo and Mariann Fjeld Olsen as Mimi stood out strongly. We can expect alot from these two in the years to comeKjell Moe – Kulturspeilet

Mariann Fjeld Olsen singt Solvejg und Anitra mit betörend reinen Glockentönen und erdigen Farben in der MittellageRegine Müller – RP Online

Perfectly cast, both vocally and dramatically, was his (Figaro’s) Susanna, soprano Mariann Fjeld Olsen, whose warmly shimmering voice was projected with admirable volume, and who has a natural, sweet radiance onstage.Ingrid Gäfvert – Opera News

Mariann Fjeld Olsen was a revelation as SusannaDagbladet

The norwegian soprano Mariann Fjeld Olsen, Louis Langrée and the orchestra seemed to have played «Deh vieni non tardar» together since she learned to walkGunilla Brodrej Expressen

But the previous day had brought a revelation with a recital of various composers from the enchanting soprano Mariann Fjeld Olsen and pianist Bernt Wilhelmsson. The empathy between the two was palpable and the atmosphere they created was audience-embracing. The ending will always remain with me. Readers will know I am uneasy about encores, but the one here was perfect: Grieg’s almost impossibly poignant ¨The last spring¨, delivered so meltingly here in the composers home.Christopher Morley – Birmingham Post

Soprano Mariann Fjeld Olsen quickly distinguished herself with a polished, rounded tone that filled the West Garden Court. Her renditions of two Grieg songs, an enigmatic “En Svane” and a bittersweet “Våren,” showcased her ability to control her potential volume, creating a shimmering tone pregnant with melancholy nostalgia. The “Song to the Moon,” from Dvorák’s “Rusalka,” sat beautifully with Olsen’s voice, which blossomed on a gorgeous and potent high note at the end.Charles T. Downey – Washington Post

Yngve André Søberg (Figaro) and Mariann Fjeld Olsen (Susanna) were both excellent. In the third act Fjeld Olsen sounded wonderful in the irresistibly beautiful duet with the Count.Trond Olav Svendsen – Morgenbladet

Mariann Fjeld Olsen (Susanna) keeps the tension alive all night. Cheeky and sassy, with a lively articulation and lovely lines, especially in her final aria.Steffen Kammler – Klassekampen

The high point of the concert was, for me, the soprano Mariann Fjeld Olsen and her interpretations of the Kurt Weill songs. Here she showcased the entire specter of her voice, from low intensity to full-toned outbursts. Performed with a force and presence that made us hold our breath, and for a moment forget the entire competition.Geir Rege – Bergens Tidende

Susanna (the exellent Mariann Fjeld Olsen), with her passion for moral, stands out as the big hero.Andreas Söderberg – Norrbottens Kuriren

Mariann Fjeld Olsen, both vocally and dramatically, gave it all and stood out as the high point of the evening.Arnstein Olaisen – Haugesunds avis

Mariann Fjeld Olsen (Susanna), has a slim and precise soprano, combined with a lively stage-presence.Torkil Olav Baden – NRK

How long will the the sound of phenomenal music stay in your memory? How long will the healing crystal-tones of the ravishing soprano Mariann Fjeld Olsen, from Grieg’s house in Troldhaugen, linger in your thoughts?Anne Middelboe Christensen – information.dk

Mariann Fjeld Olsen was awarded the Jenny Lind scholarship for her dazzling vocal technique, well anchored in a convincing musical insight, genuinely integrated in an unusually secure and free stage-presence.Jenny Lind jury, 2004

Mariann Fjeld Olsen, with her feverishly burning soprano, creates an absolutely convincing, credible and empathetic portrait of an over-excited and weak girl who seeks confirmation, whom is humiliated and manipulated, but against all odds allows the will to live conquer the death drive.Karin Helander – Svenska Dagbladet

Solveig’s Song/Edvart Grieg

– Live at Tonhalle with Düsseldorfer Symphoniker. Conductor John Fiore

Solveig’s Lullaby/Edvart Grieg

– Live at Tonhalle with Düsseldorfer Symphoniker. Conductor John Fiore

O mio babbino caro/Giacomo Puccini

– Live at Folkets Hus with Bernt Wilhelmsson


Autumn 2019

“Susanna – Figaros Bryllup”

Den Norske Opera og Ballett

Spring & Autumn 2019

“Grieg, Borgstrøm & Romatikken”

Tour of Norway

Autumn 2017

“Cio-Cio-san – Madama Butterfly”

Verkstan and tour, Malmö Opera

Spring 2017

“Mimì – La Bohème”

Kristiansund Opera

Autumn 2016

“Title role – Mozart’s girl”

Bergen National Opera (on tour)

Februar 07, 2016

“Bach – Cantata”

Oslo Domkirke

Januar 8-10, 2016

“Operagalla med Nordnorsk Opera og Symfoniorkester”

Alta og Tromsø

November 5, 2015

“Mozart uten en rød tråd”


November 4, 2015

“Mozart uten en rød tråd”

Kilden, Kristiansand

Winter 2015

“Susanna – Le Nozze di Figaro”

Umeå, Sweden