Ida Gudim (born 20th of February, 1987) made her debut as a soloist at The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet in 2013, interpreting the role as Mrs. Chan in a modern opera by composer Øyvind Mæland. The following year she did Fiordiligi in "Cosi fan tutte", and Freia in "Das Rheingold" at the same stage. In the season of 2014/2015 Ida did the title roles in "Die Csàrdàsfürstin" and "L`incoronazione di Poppea" as part of her graduate performances at the Opera academy. Working with director Stefan Herheim and conductor/cembalist Clemens Flick among others.

  Ida Gudim was accepted as a student at The Opera Academy of Norway (KHIO) for a three-year program in the year of 2012, and finished her studies in the spring of 2015. She also has a 2-year master degree from The National Norwegian School of music (NMH) and a 4-year bachelor degree in performing arts from Barratt Due Musical Institute.

  Ida is a well used soloist for church music and chamber music, and will in the 2017/2018 season sing the soprano parts of Haydns "Die Schöpfung",  Händels "Messiah", Bachs "Magnificat", Haydns "Jugendmesse", and Mozarts "Messe kv 49" among other pieces. She is also constantly developing projects as a freelance singer, and has had great success internationally with promoting Nordic music and working with musicians of different nationalities. Her last project was a concert tour in Japan in cooperation with The Grieg Society, and she has held similar concerts in South-Africa, Spain and Iceland, to mention a few.