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Helena Dix - soprano

Recently described by critics as ‘The most exciting voice since Joan Sutherland’ with ‘8 stars out of 5’ for her performance of Elizabeth in Roberto Devereux, Australian born Helena Dix has secured her name on the operatic stages all around the world.

Helena’s operatic repertoire ranges from Mozart to Wagner. However the roles she has been in demand for over the past few years have been the ‘niche’ Bel Canto roles such as the Title roles in Norma (Chelsea Opera), Cristina Regina di Svezia (Wexford Festival opera) and Semiramide (Metropolitan opera). She has also explored a lot of Verdi and Strauss having recently sung for several seasons in the fierce role of Odbaella from Atilla (Nuremberg) and her first ever Ariadne (Longborough festival opera).

Helena has also done a vast amount of work on the concert platform in a variety of repertoire. Most recently, she got to perform The Verdi Requiem with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to a packed out Royal Albert Hall.

Helena is a regular favourite at The Metropolitan Opera where she has covered the roles of Elvira in Ernani (Levine), Elizabeth in Roberto Devereux (Benini), Elettra in Idomeneo (Levine) and the title roles in Norma (Rizzi) and Semiramide (Benini). This year she made her Metropolitan opera debut as Alice in Falstaff (Farnes).

Helena is delighted to be returning back home to Melbourne later this year to join both The Melbourne Bach choir for The Verdi Requiem and Melbourne Opera for the Title role of Norma.

For more detailed info please go to helenadix.com.


The above details were supplied by the individual performer and were current at the time of their last performance with the Zelman Symphony.

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