Chloe Lankshear


Portrait of Chloe Lankshear
Chloe Lankshear, Soprano (Image: 2-1 Studio)
Chloe is an upcoming soprano in Australia and has featured as a soloist with some of Australia’s finest organisations including South Australia State Opera, Pinchgut Opera and the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

Early in her career, she featured in Pinchgut Opera’s recordings and films as well as their touring concert series and opera productions.

She has been a featured artist at Bendigo Chamber Festival as well as recording with classical guitarist Heathcliffe Auchinachie at Phoenix Central Park Studio. Chloe has premiered new works including Paul Stanhope’s Requiem at City Recital Hall, which she recorded in 2022.

In July 2021 Chloe was named Pinchgut Opera’s inaugural ‘Taryn Fiebig Scholar’ for 2021–23 and appeared in their production of Platée as Clarine. In 2022, Chloe was a featured artist at Bermagui’s Four Winds Festival in the lead role of Galatea for their production of Acis and Galatea. She also made her solo debut with Maestro Anthony Hunt with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO), and Maestro Brett Weymark with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs for Mozart’s Requiem, as well as collaborations with other Sydney-based groups including Muffat Collective and Castalia Vocal Consort. In November Chloe was a finalist at the Bel Canto awards and was awarded the Decca prize by Richard Bonynge. At the conclusion of 2022, Chloe performed as Nerine in Pinchgut Opera’s production of Medea.

2023 brings a variety of programs including a return to the CSO for their chamber series, premiering a new work by Connor D’Netto alongside Debussy’s cycle Ariettes oubliées, as well as their June performance of Bach’s St John Passion. Chloe made her Sydney Symphony Orchestra debut performing as a soprano soloist for Bach’s Magnificat in D, and concluded her position as Pinchgut Opera’s Inaugural Taryn Fiebig Scholar in their May production of Giustino.

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