Alison Claire Robertson

Head of Voice Faculty

Alison Claire Robertson began her studies at the University of Wollongong, obtaining a Bachelor of Creative Arts in Drama. Upon completion she travelled to England, studying a Masters of Music at the Royal Northern College of Music and then Diploma of Opera in London.    


 

She has performed across the United Kingdom in variety of operatic roles including touring with productions of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute and Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia.  


 

Alison’s Musical Theatre credits include leading roles in The Sound of Music, The King and I, The Fantasticks, Salad Days, Man of La Mancha and West Side Story. 


 

Upon return to Australia she performed at Canberra Theatre in Handel in the Theatre's production of Esther and appeared again with them in their production of Susanna in the role of Daniel in September 2018.


 

Other engagements include; The Digger’s Requiem live ABC broadcast, singing with the Canberra Bach Ensemble, and performing with Glenn Amer on several occasions, including Opera in The Valley and Hunter Hills Music Club.  2020 will see them performing Lerner and Lowe show at Glen Street theatre in Sydney.  

 

Alison is passionate about teaching and previous education positions held include Vocal lecturer at University of Sheffield, Vocal Tutor at Sheffield Cathedral and Voice teacher at Sheffield Girls Grammar.