Lucy Stoddart holds a Bachelor of Music, Classical Performance (Voice) from the Elder Conservatorium and Honours in Opera Performance from the Queensland Conservatorium. Undergraduate awards include the Adelaide Choral Society Prize, the Rae Cocking Memorial Prize for excellence in solo performance and the Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence.
She has performed in the chorus of State Opera South Australia’s productions of Don Pasquale (2017), Dido and Aeneas (2018), La bohème (2022), Voss (2022), La traviata (2022), Trial By Jury (2023), Pirates of Penzance (2023), Macbeth (2023) and as a principal artist in the touring production of The Frog Prince (2023).
Lucy has worked regularly with the Adelaide Chamber Singers and Adelaide Festival where she has performed in the chorus of Romeo Castellucci’s Mozart Requiem (2020), Rimsky Korsakov’s The Golden Cockerel, directed by Barrie Kosky (2022) and Christian Spuck’s direction of Verdi’s Messa da Requiem with the Zürich Ballet (2023). Lucy undertook the principal role of Rose Maurrant, with critical acclaim, in the Queensland Conservatorium’s 2021 production of Street Scene (Kurt Weill), directed by Michael Gow and conducted by Maestro Johannes Fritzsch.
Additionally, she works as a vocal tutor at the Elder Conservatorium and Pembroke School whilst supporting private vocal students.