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Sarah Sweeting

Sarah Sweeting (Soprano) began her performing career treading the boards of London's West End Theatres, including the celebrated Broadway version of the Pirates of Penzance at the London Palladium, in which she sang the roles of Edith and Isabel.  She possesses an extensive repertoire performing across the UK, France, Ireland, Germany, Asia, Barbados, Australia and China.  She has appeared with Opera Australia, Opera Holland Park, Opera Queensland, State Opera South Australia, Lyric Opera Dublin, Carl Rosa Opera, London Opera Festival, Jakarta Festival, Travelling Opera UK, Longborough Festival Opera, London City Opera, Macau Music Festival, Holders Barbados Festival and Co*Opera.  Sarah has sung a wide range of roles including Leonora, (Il Trovatore), Carmen, Liu, Fiordiligi, Countess Almaviva, Donna Elvira, Musetta, First Lady, Flora, Annina, Orlofsky, Ciesca, Second Lady, Third Lady, Le Converse, Alma March in the Australian Premiere of Little Women, Phoebe (Yeoman of the Guard), Iolanthe, Pitti-Sing, Berta, Sister Lillian (Dead Man Walking, Sydney State Theatre), Suzuki and performed the role of Miss Baggott from the opera The Little Sweep.  A soloist at the Royal Opera House, Linbury Theatre for the Covent Garden Festival, John McCabe's Notturni Ed Alba at Westminster Central Hall, Beethoven's 9th Symphony at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall.  Sarah performed the role of Annina in Opera Australia's inaugural Handa Opera on Sydney's Harbour performance of La traviata. In 2013, Sarah performed the role of Sieglinde from Die Walkure and The Monitoress in Suor Angelica, both for newly formed Harbour City Opera.

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