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Sky Ingram


Sky Ingram is an international soprano who made her debut at The Royal Opera House as Lea in the world premiere of Glare to huge critical acclaim, returning twice more to sing the goddess Venus in Rossi’s Orpheus and Female Chorus for The Rape of Lucretia.

Other career highlights to date include Sky’s American debut as Avis/The Wreckers for Bard SummerScape in New York, the title role in Fedora for If Opera, La Contessa/Le nozze di Figaro in Kristiansand Norway, Donna Elvira/Don Giovanni with Garsington Opera and again in Paris at the Théâtre des Champs Élysées., the title role in Rusalka in Valladolid Spain, and Helena/A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Opera North.

Sky Ingram is an Australian soprano of English, Scottish and Norwegian descent, who trained at the Elder Conservatorium, University of Adelaide, and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Later she moved to London where she studied on the Opera Course at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the National Opera Studio (sponsored by Opera North).

Sky has performed oratorio, concert and recital repertoire around Australia, in New York, Norway, France, Germany and the UK, and has sung on ABC and BBC radio. She is a regular guest artist with Raymond Gubbay Ltd. and with them has been the soloist in concerts such as Last Night of the Proms, Classical Spectacular, Carols by Candlelight and Spectacular Classics. She has performed, in concert, in various venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House, Paris Auditorium St Germain, Rouen Opera House, St John’s Smiths Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Barbican Concert Hall, Australia House UK, Wigmore Hall, Symphony Hall Birmingham and the SUNY Purchase Performing Arts Centre in New York.

Since the age of 11 with a music scholarship to Woodlands Girls Grammar School in Australia, Sky has won several music awards, scholarships and competitions in both Australia and the UK including; Opera Awards Foundation Bursary, GSMD Harold Rosenthal Prize, Simon Fletcher Charitable Trust Bursary, Australian Music Foundation Scholarship, Wingate Scholarship, and the 2011 ROSL Overseas Trophy for the most outstanding musician from overseas, after which she was among a few Australians to be invited by the Queen to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace.

Other significant awards include Winner of The Australian 5MBS Young Performer of the Year, George Boland Scholarship, Friends of State Opera South Australia Travelling Scholarship, Tait Memorial Scholarship, Finalist in The Australian Singing Competition Marianne Mathy Awards, and SA Young Achiever of the Year (Arts section).

Other recent operatic roles include Fiordiligi/Così fan tutte, Alcina/Alcina, Musetta/La Bohème, Katya/Katya Kabanova, Micaëla/Carmen, Dido/Dido and Aeneas, Frau Fluth/Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor, Madame Lidoine/Dialogues des Carmelites, Abigail/The Crucible.

Recent & Future engagements include concerts with the Hallé Orchestra and Manchester Concert Orchestra, Mozart’s Requiem with the London Mozart Players, Foreign Princess/Rusalka for Garsington Opera and the Edinburgh International Festival, the title role in Fedora for IF Opera, Helmwige/Die Walküre for London Opera Company, all sopranos in Brunnhilde (by Wagner & arr.Kram), Woglinde cvr./Rheingold and Götterdämmerung for Longborough Festival Opera, Fiordiligi/Così fan tutte for State Opera South Australia and Sieglinde/Die Walküre for Saffron Opera Group.

Performances with state opera south australia