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Natalie Aroyan Soprano

2016

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Natalie Aroyan is an Armenian-Australian Soprano. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma of Opera from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, a Professionals Diploma from Mannes College, NY, a Diploma from the Mirella Freni School of Bel Canto, Italy and a double-degree in Business and I.T. from the Australian Catholic University, Sydney.
In 2008 Natalie was awarded first place in both The Opera Foundation New York Competition and the Herald Sun Aria Competition. She commenced her Professional Studies Diploma at Mannes College, New York, in 2009 studying with Soprano Ruth Falcon.
As well as attending the “Solti Te Kanawa Accademia” program in Tuscany, Italy where she worked with both Maestro Richard Bonynge and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Natalie has worked with Maestra Renata Scotto in her 2010 Tampa Masterclass and participated in The American Institute of Music (AIMS) in Graz, Austria, where she won first place and was also awarded the audience vote in the 49th Meistersinger Competition Finals.
On her return to Australia in 2011, she was awarded first place in The Italian Opera Foundation competition which enabled her to spend a year in Italy studying with soprano, Mirella Freni in her studio at the Accademia of Bel Canto in Modena, Italy. Following this Natalie was invited as a Guest Artist to cover the title role of Gluck’s Armide for the joint Lindemann / Juilliard Production in New York, USA.
Natalie is now a principal artist with Opera Australia where her roles have included Aida (Aida) Mimì (La Bohème), Desdemona (Otello), Micaëla (Carmen), Amelia (Simon Boccanegra) and will be performing Eva (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg)She has also performed Mimì and the role of Marguerite (Faust) for West Australian Opera, Micaëla for Sugi Opera Company, Korea and created a Concert at The Concourse, Chatswood, to mark the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.