Amelia Berry is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music and made her debut with New Zealand Opera in 2013, singing Zerlina in Don Giovanni. Subsequent roles with the company include Musetta La bohème, Cunegonde Candide, Frasquita Carmen, Yum Yum The Mikado, Johanna Sweeney Todd, Clorinda La cenerentola, and First Lady The Magic Flute. Elsewhere, she has performed Carlotta The Phantom of the Opera at the Sejong Centre in Seoul, Johanna Sweeney Todd with Victorian Opera, Corinna Il viaggio a Reims for Days Bay Opera and Annio La clemenza di Tito for Auckland Opera Studio. While at the Manhattan School of Music she sang Jenny Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny and Giulietta I Capuleti e i Montecchi. Other career highlights have included Till There Was You: A Celebration of Barbara Cook at 54 Below in Manhattan, appearances with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra and the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, soprano soloist in Carmina Burana with Wellington’s Orpheus Choir, Anamchara: Songs of Friendship with Scottish Opera for the Commonwealth Games, a featured episode of the Dare to Dream documentary series on TVNZ, and winning the 2010 New Zealand Aria competition.