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Adrian Tamburini


Adrian has enjoyed a long and varied career as an opera singer, concert performer, music educator, director and producer. Most recently, he won his second Green Room Award for his performance of Hagen in Wagner’s, Götterdämmerung.

In 2017, Adrian was the winner of Australia’s prestigious singing award, the Australian Opera Awards (YMF, MOST). His singing has featured on cinema releases of opera, DVD, international recordings, motion picture soundtracks, radio and television. He is proud to have worked with companies such as Opera Australia, Pinchgut Opera, West Australian Opera, Melbourne Opera, Lost and Found Opera, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Zelman Symphony Orchestra, Sydney University Graduate Choir, Melbourne Bach Choir, West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Canberra Symphony Orchestra and the Inventi Ensemble.

Over the past few years, he has focused on sharing his passion for music by teaching the next generation of musicians at Pure Harmony Music Studio in Melbourne. Over the years, Adrian has championed new Australian works and world premieres including Jane Hammond’s The Spare Room, Nicholas Buc’s Origins, Chistopher Bowen’s Redfern Oratorio and Luke Styles’ No Friend but the Mountains, based on the award-winning book of the same name by Behrouz Boochani which has been made into an ABC documentary.

Adrian has worked with renowned conductors and directors such as Asher Fisch, Andrea Molino, Andrea Battistoni, Jonathan Darlington, Pietari Inkinen, Carlo Montanaro, Renato Palumbo, Guillaume Tourniaire, David McVicar, and Francesca Zambello, as well as Australians Jessica Cottis, Erin Helyard, Barry Kosky, Bruce Beresford, and John Bell.