Jordan Auld


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Recipient of the Peter and Melissa Hebbard Scholarship

Soprano Jordan Auld, is a vivacious, dynamic and versatile performer. Trained in Classical Voice & Opera at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music University of Melbourne, Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Honours) in 2018 and continues her performance, engaging in opera, chamber music, recital and concert work. 

In 2018, Jordan was a 2018/2019 Scholar in the Opera Scholars Australia developing artist program, which she continues this year as the proud recipient of the Peter and Melissa Hebbard Scholarship. Jordan is thrilled to be a finalist for the Scholar of The Year 2020 and looks forward to performing with Symphony Australis at Opera in the Market in February.

For the 2019 season, Jordan travelled to China covering the lead role of Susanna in AIOC’s production of Le Nozze di Figaro whilst also performing in the ensemble. Upon returning to Australia, Jordan workshopped excerpts and scenes from Le Nozze di Figaro where she performed Susanna for the Lyric Opera of Melbourne's, Director workshop. Straight after, Jordan made her role debut as Musetta in Opera Van Diemensland’s production of La Boheme, receiving praise for her “vivacious Musetta” (Stage Whispers) and reprised this role later in the year with BK Opera. Jordan’s other stage credentials include: Sister Mathilde in Dialogues des Carmélites, Casilda in The Gondoliers, Kate in Pirates of Penzance and Mother Mary in Passion, Lament, Glory: a stage setting of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, where she was a soloist. Other operatic highlights include performances in: Guillaume Tell, Norma, Lohengrin, Die Fligende Holländer, L’Orfeo and most recently Jonny Strikes Up! in its Australian premiere.