Aase Nordmo Løvberg was born in Målselv, had a mother from Ringsaker and a father from Tynset. She made her debut in the University's auditorium, Oslo in 1948. From 1952 to 1970 she had Stockholm as the main stage, interrupted by periods at the Wiener Staatsoper and The Metropolitan Opera. For a number of years she sang with Jussi Björling at the Royal Opera, and she sang under famous conductors such as Herbert von Karajan and Sir Georg Solti.
he was an associate professor at the Music Conservatory in Oslo from 1970. She also became a professor at the Norwegian School of Music in the period 1973–90 and was director of the Norwegian Opera from 1978–81. In 1981 she was appointed commander of the Order of St. Olav (she received the knight of the first class as early as 1957).