Tobias Page, Baritone
Tobias is featured as “Strephon” in this year’s production of IOLANTHE
Tobias is currently in his third year at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music studying a Bachelor of Music – Performance (Classical Voice) under the guidance of Barry Ryan OAM.
Tobias has appeared as a principal with Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Sydney (GSOS) in all their most recent productions. He has performed the roles of “Sergeant of Police” in The Pirates of Penzance (2017), “Sir Roderick Murgatroyd” in Ruddigore (2018), and the title role in The Mikado (2019). Last year he appeared as the “Pirate King” in The Pirates of Penzance (2022). He also performs with GSOS in their music society concerts.
Tobias participates in performances with two recently established, not for profit, young opera companies - The Cooperative and Concordia Ensemble. With Concordia Ensemble, he has sung the roles of Father Phillipe in The Wandering Scholar (Holt), Somnus in Semele (Handel) and Stabat Mater (Vivaldi). He also has performed at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (SCM) in their Lunchbreak Concerts, Lieder Series and Master Classes. Earlier this year, Tobias was a soloist in the SCM’s Greenway Series’ performance of Haydn’s Missa in angustis (Nelson Mass), conducted by Dr Elizabeth Scott.
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