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Originating from Coffs Harbour, Leah is an Australian Soprano currently undertaking her 4th year of a Bachelor of music (Performance) in Classical Voice at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music under the tutelage of Maree Ryan AM, Senior Lecturer, Voice and Opera. She is completing her degree with scholarship support having been awarded the PATIM Fund Scholarship, Peter Davidson Scholarship, Patricia Long Scholarship, Greenberg Gurney-Jensen Fund Scholarship and the The Kevin and Margaret Duffy Scholarship. Her recent credits include performances at the Festival of Australian Art Song, Con Lieder Series and Zonta International Womens Day performing a collection of art songs and arias. Leah has also taken on ensemble operatic roles in Concordia Ensemble’s Don Giovanni and Sydney Conservatoriums Die Zauberflote and chorus of Sydney Conservatoriums Haydn Nelson Mass. Leah is currently also studying German Language at the University of Sydney and plans to complete her Masters of Music Performance (Opera) before furthering her studies overseas in her pursuit of a career in Opera and as a Classical Vocalist.


Leah grew up on the east coast of NSW surrounded by the best of Australias oceans and forest. After enduring many childhood expeditions into the wild (her parents are avid explorers and scuba divers!), she realised her passion was actually for music and drama. As an avid storyteller from a young age, she decided to dedicate her life to learning the required skills to express these stories on stage and became an active participant in many community events, concerts, plays, musicals and eisteddfods. She started piano lessons at age 5 and added classical singing at 11 and guitar and drama at 13.To further her studies in order to pursue her goal, it has been necessary to relocate to the city and is enjoying all that Sydney has to offer. In the future, she hopes to move to Europe to pursue her life long passion of Opera.