2022 Young Performer of the Year is Eliza Shephard

Flautist Eliza Shephard was named the Young Performer of the Year following her impressive performance of Matthew Hindson’s eccentric concerto House Music, accompanied by percussionist Alexander Meagher and pianist Peter de Jager.

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Jeremy Boulton Wins 2022 Marianne Mathy Scholarship

On Saturday 1 October at the Concourse Concert Hall, Chatswood, five classical and opera singers battled it out for a suite of generous prizes & opportunities in the 40th-birthday presentation of IFAC Handa Australian Singing Competition in the presence of His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia and Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley. The Winner was Jeremy Boulton, a 23-year-old baritone from New South Wales.


MOST presented the 2022 IFAC Handa Australian Singing Competition Semi-Finals Concert

On 28 August MOST presented the 2022 IFAC Handa Australian Singing Competition Semi-Finals Concert at The Independent Theatre in North Sydney. The concert was very well-attended and the audience were delighted by the repertoire.

MOST presented the 2022 ASC MasterClass

At the ASC MasterClass the 5 ASC Finalists to work on their repertoire with maestri Graham Pushee, and opera language coach, Nicole Dorigo. This free event was a unique chance to gain insight into the development of opera and classical music performance.
The 2022 ASC MasterClass took place on 29 August
The venue, 'The Church' was provided by Phoenix Central Park.

'The Legacy of Madame Marianne Mathy' Trailer

'The Legacy of Madame Marianne Mathy' documentary tells the story of an amazing coloratura soprano opera singer and distinguished teacher of opera and classical singing. Having escaped Germany and migrated to Australia at the outbreak of WWII, Mathy's teaching propelled a whole generation of Australian singers to stardom. 'The Legacy of Madame Marianne Mathy' was launched at the Jewish International Film Festival.

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