Principal Singers

Meet some of our the singers that have taken on Principal roles in Canberra Opera's 2017 production of Die Fledermaus

Andrew Barrow (Gabriel Eisenstein)

Andrew has had a love of music from birth and has studied music of some kind, be I piano, clarinet or singing from age 8. Andrew studied Performance Arts at the University of Wollongong with Lotte Latukefu and Classical Voice at the Australian National University under Celina Lindsley, Allan Hicks and Louise Page.

Andrew made his off stage debut with Canberra Opera in 2016 with the men’s chorus for Suor Angelica. Prior to this he has appeared in Pirates of Penzance (Canberra Philharmonic Society, 2015), The Magic Flute (Australian National University, 2007), Hello Dolly (Canberra Philharmonic Society, 2015), Guys & Dolls (Phoenix Players, 2004) and Grease (G-String Productions, 2003).

Andrew is currently under the expert tutelage of Gavan Fairclough and coaching of Chloe Lankshear.

Keren Dalzell (Rosalinde Eisenstein)

A graduate of the Australian National University's School of Music (2012), Keren has recently returned from Austria, where she studied under master teacher Barbara Daniels (Metropolitan Opera, New York). Keren first began studying with Barbara Daniels in 2014, as a participant of the prestigious Tyrolean Opera Program in Austria. Since her return, she played the Midwife (understudy) and Ensemble in Free-Rain Theatre Company's Wicked (2016). She featured as Katie Nana and understudied the roles of Miss Andrews and the Bird Woman in Free-Rain Theatre Company's Disney's Mary Poppins (2015)Keren's first role with Canberra Opera was Musetta in La Boheme (2015). She has also featured in the roles of Cis in Albert Herring (2012), Spring in Dido and Aeneas (2010), and the role of the Female Owl in the premiere of the Australian opera Grimm and the Blue Crowned Owl (2009). Keren is a soprano soloist for the Canberra Bach Ensemble, and is recognised as a principle soloist and recitalist around the Canberra region.

Madeline Anderson (Adele)

Madeline Anderson is a Graduate from a Bachelor of Music majoring in classical voice at the Australian National University and has been classically trained for the past 8 years. Madeline has performed as a soloist and chorus member for several productions such as La Bohéme, Albert Herring, The Wind in the Willows and Treasure Island and has sung in performing companies and events throughout her singing career. Madeline travelled to America with an ANU choir, making solo performances at well-known sites such as San Francisco Golden Gate Park, Hoover Dam, Universal Studios and Disney Land. Madeline has undertaken a number of roles for Canberra Opera’s recent productions, specifically Benoîta in La Bohéme, the Mistress of the Novices Suor Angelica and now Adele in CO’s May 2017 production of Die Fledermaus.

Ken Goodge (Alfred)

Kenneth Goodge is a Canberra-based classically trained tenor. Ken performed in various Canberra School of Music, Canberra Philharmonic Society and the Queanbeyan Players productions. Ken’s principal roles include: Edwin in Trial by Jury (ACT Singers, 2006); Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore (Queanbeyan Players, 2007); Pish Tush in The Mikado (Canberra Philharmonic Society, 2009), Marco Palmieri in The Gondoliers (Queanbeyan Players, 2010), Viscount Camile De Rosilion in The Merry Widow from Blue Gum Creek (Queanbeyan Players, 2016)

Ken also performed as part of Canberra Opera Chorus in Melbourne Opera productions of The Marriage of Figaro (2007), La Boheme (2008), LaTraviata (2009), The Barber of Savile (2010) and Carmen (2011).

Michael Moore (Falke)

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Linda Gledhill (Ida)

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Sarah Powell (Prince Orlofsky)

 

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Lachlan McIntyre (Dr Blind)

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Peter Smith (Frank)

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