Soprano Ebony Hack has performed around Australia and Italy, in operas, theatre and dance works, concerts, on radio and TV, and in award winning recording projects including for film and theatre.
Opera roles include the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute, Leila in The Pearl Fishers and Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, plus a cancer sufferer in the music therapy opera project C is for Journeys. Companies performed with include Melbourne Opera Company, More Than Opera, Melbourne City Opera and Eastern Metropolitan Opera.
Other highlights include a concert of La Traviata and La Boheme excerpts and the soprano solo in Carmina Burana with the Heidelberg Symphony Orchestra, and performing in Le Donne di Puccini at Her Majesty’s Theatre for Puccini Festival Australia. Ebony has toured with The 3 Chinese Tenors to Western Australia, Darwin and Queensland, and performed Magnificat by both Bach and Rutter with the Heidelberg Choral Society.
She has performed with a variety of other choral and chamber groups as both chorister and soloist, including Melbourne Chorale Ensemble, Royal Philharmonic Choir, contemporary chamber ensemble The Cydonia Project and female a capella ensemble The Muses.
Ebony completed a Bachelor of Music in voice and composition at the University of Melbourne’s Conservatorium, and further honed her skills with maestros and directors including Ferndando Bandera, Roger Howell, David Kram, Armando Krieger and Plamen Kartaloff.
Choral and orchestral
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