Sydney, 13 August 2020

Opera Australia has announced the new dates in 2021 for Chen Shi-Zheng’s new production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle.

Anna-Louise will make her debut as Sieglinde in Die Walküre in performances on 31 October, 8 November and 16 November 2021.

The production has been postponed from the originally announced dates in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions. For booking information and ticket sales please see:

Sydney, 16 July 2020

Anna-Louise has starred in a feature on OA|TV, in an interview with Opera Australia’s Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini, and performing the Lied Hat dich die Liebe berührt by Joseph Marx, accompanied by Opera Australia’s Head of Music, Tahu Matheson.

The interview and song are available via this link:

The song only is available via this link:

Sydney, 31 March 2020

Anna-Louise is featured alongside colleagues Jacqueline Dark and Shane Lowrencev in Matthew Westwood’s feature article on Opera Australia’s rehearsals for its new Ring cycle:

Before lockdown, Opera Australia singers show they’re Ring …

Sydney, 3 October 2019

Anna-Louise is thrilled to be included as a “star of tomorrow” by Limelight, Australia’s classical music and arts magazine.

She is one of ten Australian singers profiled in Limelight’s article “Next Gen – 30 brilliant young musicians making their mark” in the October 2019 issue, available online and at all good newsagencies:

Sydney, 11 September 2019

Anna-Louise will be appearing in Opera Australia’s Australian premiere production of Aribert Reimann’s Ghost Sonata in the silent role of the Aged Fiancee, based on the play by Strindberg.

The production has short seasons in both Sydney and Melbourne. For information and ticket bookings please see:

Sydney, 13 June 2019

Anna-Louise is delighted to announce she will be making her role debut as Sieglinde in Die Walküre in Opera Australia’s new Ring Cycle in Brisbane in 2020, directed by Philippe Auguin and directed by Chen Shi-Zheng. Anna-Louise will also understudy the role of Brünnhilde across all operas.

For bookings and further information please see:

Sydney, 19 January 2019

Anna-Louise made her debut at Mazda Opera in the Domain for Opera Australia, performing in front of over 20,000 people, singing Ritorna Vincitor from Aïda and In questa Reggia from Turandot.

She shared the stage with soprano Stacey Alleaume, mezzo-soprano Sian Pendry, tenors Diego Torre and Shanul Sharma and baritone Jose Carbo.

The concert was broadcast live on ABC Classic FM and is available to listen back to via this link:

Sydney, 17 January 2019

Anna-Louise sat down with Shanul Sharma for an interview with Cut Common Magazine about the upcoming Mazda Opera in the Domain concert.

Please find the link to the article here:

Sydney, 23 December 2019

Anna-Louise made her debut as a soloist on the stage of the Joan Sutherland Theatre at the Sydney Opera House in the first of a series of Great Opera Hits with Opera Australia. She shared the stage with mezzo-soprano Agnes Sarkis, Tenors Shanul Sharma and Simon Kim, and Baritone Haotien Qi. Mezzo-soprano Celeste Haworth will replace Agnes in future concerts in 2019.

Melbourne, 20 January 2018

Anna-Louise enjoyed returning to the Melbourne Town Hall as a guest of the Melbourne Intervarsity Choral Festival to perform the soprano solos in Elgar’s rarely performed oratorio Light of Life, alongside mezzo soprano Liane Keegan, tenor Andrew Goodwin and baritone Raphael Wong.

Coolangatta, 22 and 29 September 2017

Anna-Louise performed the title role in Aïda for Griffith Opera on the Beach at Coolangatta. Unfortunately for all involved, the first performance on 22 September was cancelled shortly after the scheduled starting time due to a lightening storm! Thankfully the second performance on 29 September was a great success. Anna-Louise shared the stage with Sian Pendry as Amneris and Arnold Rawls as Radames, with Tahu Matheson conducting.

Sydney, 22 & 24 July, 2017

Anna-Louise performed the role of Crobyle in Thaïs for Opera Australia to acclaim in two sold out performances at the Sydney Town Hall.

Starring Nicole Car and Etienne Dupuis, the performances featured the Opera Australia Orchestra conducted by Guillaume Tournaire, alongside Anna Yun, Simon Kim, Richard Anderson, Sian Pendry, Jonathan McCauley and Alexander Hargreaves.

Vienna, Musiktheater Gesellschaft, Türkengasse 19, 1090, 12 May 2017 – Liederabend with pianist Jonathan Floril 

Jumping in for an indisposed friend (Australian baritone James Roser), Anna-Louise performed a program featuring Berg’s 7 frühe Lieder and arias by Wagner, Mozart, Verdi and Puccini.

Vienna, Wiener Staatsoper Agrana Studiobühne, Walfischgasse, 11 May 2017 – Another jump in as “Melanie” in the Kinderoper Patchwork by Tristan Schulze und Johanna von der Deken

On Thursday 11 May 2017 at 10:30am Anna-Louise reprised the role of “Melanie” in the Kindeoper Patchwork by Tristan Schulze and Johanna von der Deken at the Wiener Staatsoper, on the Agrana Studiobühne, Walfischgasse. For further photos please see her Facebook page:

Vienna, Wiener Staatsoper Agrana Studiobühne, Walfischgasse, 12 March 2017 – Jump in as “Melanie” in the Kinderoper Patchwork by Tristan Schulze und Johanna von der Deken

On Sunday 12 March 2017 at 11:00am Anna-Louise jumped in to sing the role of “Melanie” in the Kindeoper Patchwork by Tristan Schulze and Johanna von der Deken at the Wiener Staatsoper, on the Agrana Studiobühne, Walfischgasse. For further photos please see her Facebook page:

Vienna, 24 February 2017 – Wiener Opernball 2017

Anna-Louise attended the 2017 Wiener Opernball on Thursday 23 February 2017 as a member of the Solistenensemble, wearing a custom made deep blue velvet gown by Australian couturier Linda Britten (

Photo courtesy of the Wiener Staatsoper – for further photos of the evening please see: and Anna-Louise’s Facebook page:


Vienna, 21 February 2017 – Green Room Award Nomination

Anna-Louise is delighted to have been nominated for the Green Room Award for Female in a Supporting Role in the Opera category for her roles of Gerhilde and Dritte Norn in Opera Australia’s Ring Cycle in November – December 2016, alongside many esteemed colleagues and friends. The 2017 Green Room Awards Ceremony will be held at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre on Monday 27 March 2017.

Melbourne’s premier peer-presented, performing arts industry awards recognise excellence and innovation across a range of categories, including Cabaret, Contemporary and Experimental Performance, Dance, Independent Theatre, Music Theatre, Opera and Theatre Companies.

For a full list of nominees please see the Green Room Awards Association website: