Tuuli Lindeberg is one of the leading performers of Baroque and contemporary vocal music in her native Finland. She collaborates regularly with the best chamber orchestras and ensembles in Finland, and appears frequently as a soloist in oratorios, other choral works and in recital. She has premiered several vocal works and done stage roles over the years at, for example, the Finnish National Opera and Finnish National Theatre. Recent engagements include “E” / Juhani Nuorvala: Flash flash, Woman / Lauri Kilpiö: Mustan veden yli(Over black water), Cleopatra / J. A. Hasse: Marc’Antonio e Cleopatra, Schutzgeist / Kozeluch: Gustav Wasa, Dido / Purcell: Dido and Aeneasand Caroline / Riikka Talvitie: The Judge’s Wife,and she was the soprano in the vocal quartet in Only the Sound Remainsby Kaija Saariaho.
Tuuli Lindeberg holds a Master’s degree in vocal performance from the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki. She won the second prize in the national Kangasniemi Singing Competition in 2009. Alongside her artistic work, she teaches Baroque music and singing at the Sibelius Academy and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.