Zoe Drummond attends The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, completing a Bachelor of Music Performance majoring in Classical Voice. She studied voice and piano at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School.
This year Zoe was awarded the Reuben Scarf Outstanding Voice Award and the Demant Dreikurs Lieder Scholarship from The University of Sydney, and has recently become a finalist of the Sydney Conservatorium Concerto Competition. She performs regularly with The 7 Sopranos and as a 2013 Young Artist of Pacific Opera Sydney.
Zoe has performed the soprano soloist in Mendelssohn’s ‘Elijah’ with the Montague Singers; Peterson’s ‘Shadows and Light’ with the Sydney Conservatorium Orchestra; Gounod’s ‘St Cecilia Mass’ and Brahm’s ‘Ein Deutsches Requiem’ with the Manly Warringah Choir. Most recently she performed in ‘Suor Angelica’ with Harbour City Opera and Schubertiade 357 with the Sydney Schubert Society Inc, a Mozart recital in the Music Shoalhaven Concert series and ‘Lucy’ in Menotti’s ‘The Telephone’ with Penrith Symphony Orchestra.
Other performing highlights include Papagena in Pacific Opera’s ‘The Magic Flute’, ‘Flora’ in Britten’s ‘The Turn Of The Screw’ with Victorian Opera, and World Premieres of ‘Assembly’ with Victorian Opera and Chunky Move Dance Company at the Melbourne Festival, and ‘I Am An Island’ at the Sydney Festival with Parachute for Ladies.
She has her ABRSM Grade 7 Singing, AMEB Grade 7 Piano, AMEB Grade 5 Theory and AMEB Step 4 Contemporary Guitar, and has been privately teaching for 2 years.
These details were last updated on January 15, 2014