More about Mia Bergström

Mia Bergström (15 August 1990) was born and was raised in Bålsta, a small town located outside of Stockholm in Sweden.

The interest for classical music started at a young age but it wasn’t until she reached the age of 20 years old that she decided to study the art of classical singing.

Mia studied 3 years in Vadstena Folk high school from 2009-2012. The first year she studied as a pianist for the teacher Anders Peterson. When she began her vocal studies it was under the tutelage of Dr. Monica Thomasson 2010-2012.

Ms. Bergström continued her studies in Copenhagen at The Royal Danish Academy of Music where she studied for vocal teacher Hanna Hjort. She received her bachelor degree in classical singing 2015 and then continued to start her masters degree for Marianne Rørholm at The Royal Danish Academy.

In the fall of 2016 she began her studies at The Royal Danish Opera Academy in Copenhagen under the tutelage of the professor Kirsten Buhl Møller from which she graduated during the spring of 2019.

During her studies she sung various roles such as Cherubino, Olga, Bradamante, Nerone, Hänsel and many others. See more under Repetoire.

During her studies she participated in a lot of master classes with amazing singers, such as Bo Skovhus, Anne Sofie Von Otter and many others.


Ms. Bergström made her debut at The Royal Danish Opera house in Die Fledermaus by J. Strauss in the role as Ida during the fall of 2018.

Straight after her studies she the National Danish Opera house for their traveling production of Eugene Onegin by P. Tjajkovskij.

In the spring of 2020 Ms. Bergström will be performing at the Royal Danish Opera house in Copenhagen as Messagiera in C. Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo. The performances will be held at the Royal Danish Theaters Old Stage together with Concerto Copenhagen conducted by Lars Ulrik Mortensen.

Mia Bergström is a highly educated singer in both opera, oratorio and lied-repertoire. For more information see Repertoire.

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