She was born in Frerslev, a small town near Haslev in the Zealand Region and made her stage debut on 9 May 1894 as Margherita in Arrigo Boito's Mefistofele at the Kongelige Teater in Copenhagen . Amongst the roles she created there were Michal in Carl Nielsen's Saul og David (1902) and Leonora in Nielsen's Maskarade (1906). She also made a number of recordings in 1907–1908, including several with Vilhelm Herold.
Ulrich was appointed a Kongelige Kammersangere (Royal Chamber Singer) in 1906 and received the Ingenio et Arti medal in 1917. After her retirement she taught singing privately. She died in Copenhagen at the age of 79. Her daughter, Aase Ulrich, became a stage and film actress.
- Illustrated discography (in Danish)
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