Lisa Tjalve is significant, according to the Danish newspaper BT "Denmark's new opera hope."
Her numerous international recognitions and awards prove this statement. The Danish soprano won the 1st Price of Renate Holm and Emmerich Kálmán competition and she was awarded the Gottlob Frick Medal of Honor.
Lisa Tjalve made her diploma in 2000 at the Cologne University of Music with distinction. Her performers diploma at the Royal Danish Academy of Music Copenhagen, followed in 2003.
From 2001-2003 she was a permanent member of the Lübeck opera ensemble and convinced the press and public in leading roles as Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier (R. Strauss), Rosina in Il Barbiere the Seville (Rossini), Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi (G . Puccini), Agnes in Die Schule der Frauen (R. Liebermann) and la Belle in La Belle Bête (A.Grétry).
Jürgen Kesting, the famous German critic, described her as a singer with perfectly clean coloratura, fine dynamic nuances and with the grace of the appearance of a genuine Belle".
Other important roles were Musette and Mimi in La Bohème (G. Puccini), Liu in Turandot (G. Puccini) and La femme in La Voix Humaine by Francis Poulenc.
On the concert stage she sang the soprano solo in Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, the Mater Gloriosa in the Symphony No. 8 by Gustav Mahler, the solos in "The Creation" by Joseph Haydn as well as songs by Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss and Antonín Dvořák.
Her career went on to the Royal Opera House Copenhagen, Komische Oper Berlin, the Salzburg Easter Festival and concert halls, such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Berlin Konzerthaus, Crown Hall Jerusalem and the Cologne Philharmonie.
She met conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Konrad Junghändel and Uri Segal, as well as the important directors Peter Stone, Michael Hampe, Anthony Pilavacky and Jetske Mijnnsen.