Bachelor Degree in Classical Voice, Master Degree in Music Education, Estill Voice Courses I, II and andvaced
Antonietta D’Elia studied piano, voice and music education at the G. Tartini
Conservatory in Trieste (Italy). When she was 22 year old, she won the first
prize in the important Italian Opera Competition “Città di Matera”.
As a soloist, she performed the major roles of Lucy in the “Three Penny Opera”
by K. Weill, La Ciesca in “Gianni Schicchi” by G. Puccini and Grisette Elì in an
original revision of the Merry Widow by F. Lehàr, with the Albanian Radiotelevision
She has performed in Rome for the celebration of the Laurea Honoris Causa for
Pope John Paul II, broadcast live on RAI 1 Television and on the Italian television
show “Notte di Luce… Aspettando domenica” (RAI 1).
In Australia, she has sung for the Celebration of the 199th Anniversary of Carabinieri,
in Adelaide and, last July, she was the soprano solo for the Carmina Burana by
Carl Orff at Perth Concert Hall, during the combined anglican schools concert .
Today, Antonietta sings regulary in many music venues around Australia, performing
her own opera recitals.
As a voice teacher Mrs D’Elia has ten years of teaching experience in the vocal and
music field, working in many different music academies and public schools. She also
has collaborated with important experts of music education, researching new methods
to teach music and voice.
Currently, she teaches singing and piano at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School in Mindarie (WA) , St James in Alkimos and in her private studio of Butler (WA).
These details were last updated on July 16, 2016