Throughout the year, Melba scholars and alumni are engaged in a variety of performances, both public and private. On this page you will find links and further information on our public events, which we encourage you to attend. Our public events are fantastic opportunites to hear our talented singers and repetiteurs in action, and often come with the chance to meet and learn more about each scholar following the performance. Our private events are not listed here, but more information about Melba Artists’ happenings can be found on our Facebook page and on Libretto – The Melba Opera Trust Journal. Should you wish to engage Melba Artists for your private function, please contact us at info@melbaoperatrust.com. We are always happy to discuss event possibilities, and can provide artists across Australia upon request.

15 – 17 June 2017: Alumni Siobhan Stagg and Shakira Tsindos perform Hadyn’s The Creation with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at Hamer Hall. Ticketing information here.

15-20 June 2017: Alumna Morgan Balfour will perform the role of Cephisé in Rameau’s Pigmalion in the 2017 Rameau Triple Bill for Pinchgut Opera. Ticketing information here.

17 June 2017: Alumna Stacey Alleaume sings a solo program, and John Longmuir & Agnes Sarkis sing The Diary of One Who Vanished by Janáček as part of Opera Australia’s recital series. Ticketing information here.

21-25 June 2017: Current scholar Georgia Hall will perform Donna Anna in Mozart’s Don Giovanni for Opera Hunter. Ticketing information here.

22 June – 1 July 2017: Alumnus Jeremy Kleeman and Brenton Spiteri star in Victorian Opera’s production ‘Cunning Little Vixen’. Current scholar Cleo Lee-McGowan will join the chorus for the regional tour. Ticketing information here. 

24 June 2017: Opera in the Mansion at Loreto Mandeville Hall. Scholars Georgia Hall, Damian Arnold, Samuel Piper and Jonathan Wilson will perform Nights at the Opera. Tickets $50. To book click here.

15-22 July 2017: Alumni Nicholas Tolputt stars as Ottone in Lyric Opera of Melbourne’s production of The Coronation of Poppea. Ticketing information here.

16 July 2017: Current scholars Zoe Drummond, Bronwyn Douglass & Damian Arnold and alumni Matthew Reardon compete in the semi finals of the Sydney Eisteddfod. Ticketing information here.

18 July 2017: Current scholar Daniel Carison together with alumni Morgan Balfour and Matthew Reardon will perform in Nights at the Opera at Melbourne Recital Centre. Ticketing information here.

19-26 August 2017: Alumnus Jeremy Kleeman and Nathan Lay star in Sydney Chamber Opera’s  The Rape of Lucretia. Ticketing information here.