Ida Moberg (1859 – 1947) was a Finnish composer, music teacher and orchestral & choral conductor.
Ida Moberg is one of Finland’s early symphonists, and she was one of the first Finnish musicians to receive thorough conducting training at a modern conservatory. As a music pedagogue, she brought to Finland the Dalcroze method of solmization. Moberg strove to promote the position of women in music life, and she was one of the early leaders of the anthroposophical movement in Finland. Moberg’s music production focuses on orchestral and vocal music.
Moberg held a composition concert in the University of Helsinki on 28 February 1906 with the assistance of Akademiska Sångföreningen and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. She acted as conductor herself. Moberg won prizes in the composition competitions of the Muntra Musikanter choir and was the leader of the Theosophical Mixed Choir from 1906 to 1909.
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