Siobhan Stagg

Siobhan Stagg © Simon Pauly

Soprano Siobhan Stagg is one of the most exceptional young artists to have emerged from Australia in recent years. After graduating from the University of Melbourne, Siobhan began her career in the Salzburger Festspiele’s Young Singers Project and as a soloist at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

Siobhan has sung the title role in Cendrillon for the Lyric Opera of Chicago; Pamina for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden; Sophie Der Rosenkavalier for the Opernhaus Zurich; Mélisande for Opera de Dijon and Australia's Victorian Opera (for which she received the Green Room Award for Best Female Lead in an Opera); Gilda, Blonde and Cordelia in Aribert Reimann’s Lear for the Hamburgische Staatsoper; Najade Ariadne auf Naxos for the Bayerische Staatsoper; Blonde for the Dutch National Opera; staged performances of Mozart’s Requiem at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence; Woglinde for the Deutsche Staatsoper and Morgana Alcina and Marzelline Fidelio for the Grand Théâtre de Genève.

In concert, Stagg made her debut, accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra and under the baton of Kirill Karabits, performing Symphony no. 4 of Malher at the Paris Philharmonic and returned with Sir Simon Rattle and the world premiere ofExiles (Exilis) by Julian Anderson at the Barbican Hall in London, a piece he repeats with Robin Ticciati and the German Symphony Orchestra in Berlin a few months later. This season Stagg has added to her repertoire the role of Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus (The Bat) in a semi-staged production with the Lyon National Orchestra and conducted by Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider and has returned to Lyon to perform Vier letzte Lieder (Last Four Songs) by Strauss under the baton of Markus Stenz. Other notable recitals this season include Mozart's Great Mass in C, with the Staatskapelle Berlin and Zubin Mehta; the Missa solemnis by Beethoven, with the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra and the National Orchestra of Catalonia, and Sheherazade of Ravel i Forgotten Aries (Forgotten Songs) by Debussy, with the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Karl Heinz Steffens.

Siobhan became a Director of the Melba Opera Trust Board in October 2020, their first scholarship alumna to be appointed, and the first International Director.


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