Tanith Bryce


Tanith Bryce completed the Diploma of Opera course at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music after having attained her Bachelor of Music. She was also awarded a distinction in her Licentiate of Music. She has appeared as a soprano soloist in numerous orchestral works, some of which include: J.S.Bach’s St John Passion; Haydn’s Nelson Mass, The Creation; Mozart’s Requiem and Great Mass in c minor; Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony; Britten’s Hymn to St Cecilia and Handel’s Messiah. Tanith has performed roles with various companies, including: Mimi (La Bohème, Puccini), Marjorie in Drew Crawford's Australian premiere of his opera Eugene and Roie, Despina (Cosi fan Tutte, Mozart), Lucy (The Beggar’s Opera, Britten), Nerina (La Fedelta Premiata, Haydn), and Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus, J. Strauss). She has worked with Opera Australia since 2005.

Tanith was a finalist in the Australian Singing Competition Mathy Awards in 2003 and the winner of the National Eisteddfod Aria 2005. She has also been a national finalist in numerous Opera Foundation Awards, including: Covent Garden National Opera Studio Scholarship (2005 & 2007), Barilla Italian Scholarship (2005), and The German Opera Foundation Award (2006 & 2007). She performs and teaches voice in Sydney and lectures at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.