Eliane Morel (Mezzo) studied Voice at the Canberra School of Music, Theatre at UNSW and Playwriting at NIDA, and continued her vocal studies in Sydney with Susan Reppion-Brooke and Ghillian Sullivan.
She has performed as an actor/singer for Citymoon Theatre, Kantanka Theatre and Company of Rogues, and has also devised and performed her own shows including Ba Ngoai, a show about her Vietnamese grandmother (made possible by an Australia Council grant) and All Night Long featuring the talents of bogus Feng Shui expert from Hong Kong, Madam Long. Her most recent solo show, Disenchanted: a Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales, which premiered at the Sydney Fringe Festival and has toured the far South Coast of NSW plans to tour Australia, then the world!
As a singer, she has appeared with Pacific Opera (The Magic Flute) and the Jubilate Singers (Dido and Aeneas), has toured Indonesia with singer/songwriter Sawung Jabo in his show, Shadows, and visited Cuba to perform at the International Choral Festival with her choir, Voices from the Vacant Lot. More recently, she has been working as a concert singer throughout Sydney and Regional New South Wales, including concerts for Newcastle Festival Opera and Newcastle Musica Viva. She also regularly tours schools with Theatre in Education solo shows.
Her roles with Opera Bites include Rosina in The Barber of Seville, Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus, Servant/Notary in Don Pasquale and Gertrude Lawrence in the revival season of Noël, Cole and Gertie in the Middle.