Nicole Wallace

Melbourne – Australia











Nicole Wallace has been engaged by OPERA AUSTRALIA to appear in two consecutive years of its schools touring productions, singing the role of Berta in THE BARBER OF SEVILLE and Cinderella in CINDERELLA & CLORINDA and subsequently appeared in OPERA AUSTRALIA’s Melbourne season of THE MERRY WIDOW, playing the role of Dodo in The Grisettes.

Her roles for MELBOURNE OPERA include Frasquita in CARMEN and Despina in COSI FAN TUTTI, Suzannah in THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO and Waltraute in DIE WALKÜRE, a role to which returned in the company’s complete cycle of DER RING DES NIBELUNGEN in 2023 and in which she also appeared as The Woodbird in SIEGFRIED.

For LYRIC OPERA OF MELBOURNE, she has appeared as Yvette in LA RONDINE and Susanna in Breton’s zarzuela opera, LA VERBENE DE LA PALOMA and as  Telethusa in Elena Kats-Chernin’s IPHIS for LYRIC OPERA OF MELBOURNE, performances which  won her a GREENROOM AWARD and with the AUSTRALIAN ARTS REVIEW writing, Nicole Wallace effortlessly shares the many faces of Telethusa, singing with sweeping penetrating-soprano personality.

Wallace has an extensive experience on the concert stage her performances including the JS Bach MAGNIFICAT and EASTER ORATORIO by ROYAL MELBOURNE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY,  Haydn’s MISSA BREVIS IN F and Dvorak’s MASS IN D MAJOR for MONASH CHORALE and Haydn’s CREATION for the CAMBERWELL CHORALE.

She has been engaged as a soloist for the LORD MAYOR’S CHARITABLE TRUST LUNCHEON at MELBOURNE TOWN HALL, for concerts arranged by MORE THAN OPERA, by OPERA VIVENTE and the ROBERT STOLZ SOCIETY and has appeared as soloist for the LA NUIT DE L’OPERA AU CIRQUE BALL at CROWN PALLADIUM BALLROOM in Melbourne, at the RED BALL, was guest soprano soloist at the MELBOURNE FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL gala ball, invited to sing the National Anthem for the 2012 AUSTRALIA DAY BREAKFAST at GOVERNMENT HOUSE, Melbourne and has made guest appearances with the AUSTRALIAN POPS ORCHESTRA.

She also made two concert tours to China for performances of CARMEN excerpts and operatic highlights.

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