Amy Moore

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Lyric soprano Amy Moore moved to Australia from the UK in 2015.  An accomplished soloist and ensemble singer, Amy enjoys a broad repertoire, with a particular focus on Baroque and contemporary music.

Amy performed solo radio broadcasts with the Gabrieli Consort, OAE, and the RTÉ Orchestra. In concert Amy has appeared with the Bochumer Symphoniker, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Hanover Band and London Contemporary Orchestra. As a member of EXAUDI Vocal Ensemble Amy premiered countless new works and appeared with many leading contemporary orchestras, including Ensemble Modern, L’instant Donné and Ensemble Intercontemporain. She worked with virtually all the leading UK vocal ensembles and was a member of Norway’s Edvard Grieg Kor from 2012-14, performing regularly with Bergen Nasjonale Opera, as well as taking the role of Iseut in Frank Martin’s Le Vin Herbe.

In Australia, Amy has performed solo concerts with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Bach Akademie Australia, The Choir of St James King Street, Victoria Chorale Melbourne, Trinity College Melbourne, The Australian Bach Society, Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, and Australian Baroque Brass. Amy recently performed in the Canberra International Music Festival, receiving warm reviews for her performances in Bach’s St John Passion and the role of Vikki in Andrew Schultz’s chamber opera, The Children’s Bach

Amy performs with Bach Akademie Australia, Pinchgut, Brandenburg Choir, Cantillation, and is a member of The Choir of St James King Street. Amy is a Principal Artist with The Song Company.

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Amy Moore. Photo © Noni Carroll for Sydney Living Museums