Ene Kangron graduated from The Estonian Academy of Music as a choral conductor and music teacher. She studied conducting with the famous Estonian Professor Gustav Ernesaks. 1971-1980 she worked as a music teacher at Westholm Gymnasium in Tallinn.
1980-1985 she teached conducting at Tallinn Pedagogical University.
Since 1986 she is working at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT) as an Ass. Prof. (choir conducting, the Foundations of Music Education and supervising the teaching practice).
In 1991-1994 she worked as a Head of the music education department of the EAMT.
Since 1998 she works as a Head of the Continuing Education Centre of the EAMT.
In 1996-2002 she was the president of the Estonian Society for Music Education, since 2003 member of the board.
In 1995-1999 she was elected a deputy president of the Estonian Music Council.
Since 2002 she has been the leader of the Estonian Music Olympiad Commission.
Since 2006 she was a coopted member of the EAS board, since 2009 she was elected a member of the board.
She has been participating as a music education expert in the working group of the National Curriculum of Estonia and since 2004 the leader of the Estonian Commission for Music in Schools.
Ene Kangron is a prize winner of several international choral competitions conducting the Student Choir of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and the Tallinn Technical University Female Choir. Since 2000 she works as a main conductor of the Türnpu Male Choir.