Sylvie Louise Woods, Soprano
Sylvie Louise Woods had to pullout of her role as “Mabel” in this year's production of The Pirates of Penzance before the start of the show, due to illness.
Sylvie Louise Woods studies voice under the tutelage of Peter Bodner; developing skills to pursue musical theatre, acting and operetta. She has previously worked extensively with such esteemed vocal coaches as Stephen Yalouris (Sydney Conservatorium of Music), Simon Kenway (artistic director, Pacific Opera) and Taryn Fiebig. (Principal artist, Opera Australia).
Sylvie Louise has performed professionally with Opera Australia in Turandot (2006), La Boheme (2008) and in a solo child role in Werther (2009). She performed the role of 'Ulla' with Sydney Grammar in 2010, then upon receiving the William Cumming Thom choral scholarship to reside at St Andrew's College within the University of Sydney, performed the roles of 'Johanna' in Sweeney Todd, 'Philia' in 'A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum' and 'Maria Feletti' in Dario Fo's 'The Accidental Death of An Anarchist' in college productions at the Seymour Centre. She can be heard as the voice in the World Vision commercial 'The Wall', and works part-time as a recording artist and live performer at private parties and events. In July, Sylvie will perform as a soloist at City Recital Hall, Angel Place in the debut of a composition by young composer, Kirsten Milenko.
Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Sydney