Firmly rooted in traditional music, Ale Möller has expanded the boundaries of Scandinavian folk music. But his journey began in jazz and for a long time Clifford Brown was a great favourite of his and his primary instrument was a trumpet. A meeting with the Greek musician Christos Mitrencis resulted in a passionate relationship with the bouzouki.
Improvisation is an important component of Ale Möller's musicianship and he has played with jazz musicians and improvising musicians from different cultures and traditions.
In the year 2000, Ale Möller was given a visiting professorship in folk music at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki.