José Carbó

Australian baritone José Carbó was born in Argentina of Spanish and Italian descent, and moved with his family to Australia at an early age. He has studied under the tutelage of Thais Taras, Arax Mansourian and Margaret Baker Genovesi in Rome. He was the winner of the prestigious Australian Singing Competition Opera Award in 2005. In 2017, he sings Germont (La traviata), Alfio (Cavalleria Rusticana) and Tonio (Pagliacci) for Opera Australia.

Jenna Robertson

Scottish-Australian soprano Jenna Robertson's performed roles include Zerbinetta Ariadne auf Naxos, Violetta La Traviata, title role Anna Bolena, Gilda Rigoletto, Fiordiligi Così fan Tutte, Mimì La Boheme, Gretel Hänsel & Gretel, Laetitia The Old Maid and the Thief, Cunegonde Candide, Mabel Pirates of Penzance and Christine Phantom of the Opera.   Read More...

Bronwyn Douglass

Bronwyn graduated with a Masters in Operatic Performance from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University in 2014, also receiving an award for academic excellence and the Wagner Society in Queensland Encouragement Award. She attended the Lisa Gasteen National Opera School from 2013-2015 and the Mediterranean Opera Summer Program held in Caltagirone, Sicily in 2014. Read More...

Richard Lane

Dramatic tenor Richard Lane was born in Australia and lives in Moss Vale. He is a recipient of the YMF Foundation Cathy Avdiev award. Richard and has performed across Australia and the UK. His soloist appearances include: Opera in the Valley, Jamberoo; Opera Afloat on Sydney Harbour and Opera in the Vineyards; with the Wollongong Symphony Orchestra in their Classical Spectacular as the Tenor Soloist for Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and more. Read More...

Glenn Amer

Musical Director
A unique entertainer, Glenn Amer is the only artist in the history of recordings to have made acoustically recorded cylinders, pianola rolls and compact discs. He was the youngest pianist to ever record pianola rolls, having made his first recordings for the Mastertouch Piano Roll Company when he was 17. Read More...