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Sarah T.
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Sarah Toth
Sydney, NSW

Classical Voice Lessons - Sarah specialises in classical voice instruction for young adults. She has prepared students for successful auditions to be voice majors and minors at the university level. Her students have also been successful in competitions and auditions for a wide range of musical performances. Sarah’s vocal students benefit from learning a healthy voice technique that can be applied to any vocal genre they wish to pursue. In addition, basic music theory and sight singing (using solfeggio) is also offered, as well as use of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) to facilitate singing in foreign languages.With extensive operatic stage experience in America, Australia, and Europe, Sarah has performed numerous lyric soprano roles, and also a range of world premieres and experimental pieces. Highlights include singing the roles of Donna Elvira, Countess, Mimì, Donna Anna, Second Lady, Offenbach’s Eurydice, and Cimarosa’s Elisetta; performing in Strauss’s Elektra with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra; singing oratorio such as Messiah, Elijah, and Carmina Burana; and creating roles in Sydney Chamber Opera’s premieres of Mayakovsky and Victory Over the Sun (for the 2016 Sydney Biennale.) Sarah’s collaborative work in creating new and experimental music-based theater has been featured in London’s Opera in the City Festival, Australia’s SHH Centre 4 Hybrid Arts, and also in unique sacred and historical spaces world-wide. She has been recognized in vocal competitions in America and Australia, and has been awarded prize and study grant money by the Joan Sutherland & Richard Bonynge Foundation.She has been trained world-class teachers who have been instrumental in the development of singers currently performing roles at opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, and La Scala in Milan.

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