List of popular opera singers from Australia, listed alphabetically with photos of the singers when available. This list includes some of the best Australian opera singers, along with bits of information such as what year they were born in and where they were born. If you're searching for a particular famous opera singer from Australia, then use the "search" function to find who you're looking for.
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This list answers the questions, "What famous opera singers are from Australia?" and "Who are the greatest Australian opera singers?"You can click on the names of these historic opera singers of Australia in order to get more information about each one. If you're an opera lover or just love music in general, then use this list of renowned Australian opera singers to find some operas or musicals that you might really enjoy.
Danielle de Niese is an Australian-American lyric soprano. After success as a young child in singing competitions in Australia, she moved to the United States where she developed an operatic career. From 2005 she came to widespread public attention with her performances as Cleopatra in Giulio Cesare at Glyndebourne, England. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Melbourne, Australia
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David Hobson is an Australian opera singer and composer. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Ballarat, Australia
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Eva Mylott was an Australian contralto opera singer. Eva Mylott was born in Tuross Head, New South Wales, Australia. Her parents, Patrick Mylott, an importer of wine and spirits and his wife, Mary Heffernan, were immigrants from Ireland to Australia. Mylott became a protégé of Dame Nellie Melba and in 1902, she went to England with her to pursue an opera career outside of Australia. On 17 June 1917 in New York, she married businessman John Hutton Gibson; they had two sons: Hutton Gibson in 1918 and Alexis Mylott Gibson. Mylott died in 1920, aged 44, in Chicago, after slipping in the shower and injuring her neck, leaving two-year-old Hutton and infant Alexis in the care of her husband, who ...more on Wikipedia
Harold Blair AM was an Australian tenor and Aboriginal activist. ...more on Wikipedia