Lara Barazi

  • Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours)

Hobart-born singer, Lara Barazi, is a soprano who possesses a great passion for performance, musical direction, and music pedagogy. Having studied music and drama since the age of 5, she has developed a flair for versatility. Although her formal training gives her a background in art song, musical theatre and opera, Lara also has a keen interest in many other genres, including blues, country, folk, jazz, pop, rock, sacred, soul and world.

In 2008 Lara completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts as a Music major at Macquarie University, following this with the completion of her Honours Thesis in 2010, with a focus on vocal performance and pedagogy.

Lara teaches singing, piano, music theory and musical theatre at several locations around Sydney, and currently directs four choirs – one of which has been involved in the Opera Australia Community Choirs project three times. She teaches all ages – in fact, her students so far have ranged in age from 0 – 101 years old!

Lara has performed as a principal in a number of productions, most recently as Paulette in 'Legally Blonde', The Lady Of The Lake in Monty Python's 'Spamalot', Regina in 'Rock Of Ages', and Sheila in 'Hair'. She has also recorded vocal excerpts for Sydney Dance Company’s 1998 production of 'Salome', and the soundtrack for the 2004 short film 'We Have Decided Not To Die', which won many awards, including the Audience Prize at the prestigious Clermont-Ferrand short film festival in France, and the South By Southwest BAFTA Award.

Lara continues to perform, teach, and direct within the Sydney Metropolitan area, and hopes to still be making music well in to her 90s!

Home Studio
Silverwater, NSW
The Jacobean Singers - Mort Bay Community Common Room
Balmain, NSW
Adult Glee Club - Gordon Uniting Church
Gordon, NSW
Newington Community Choir - Newington Community Centre
Newington, NSW
St. Benedict’s Catholic College
Oran Park, NSW
Macarthur Anglican School
Cobbitty, NSW
Dynamic Rhythms Music Centre
Narellan, NSW


Details last updated on June 19, 2022