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2005
German-Australian
Opera Grant


OPERA FINALE
27 November 2004



27 November 2004
at BMW Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne


The five finalists (from left):
Emma Pearson (Winner), Leon Warnock (Finalist), Kate Handsaker (3rd Prize),
Rohan Thatcher (4th Prize), Angela Brewer (2nd Prize)

1st prize: Emma Pearson won a 1 year employment contract at the Wiesbaden Opera House in Germany, plus Austrian Airline ticket, 2 month German language course at the Goethe Institutin Germany and 1 month work experience at the Opera House to gain an insight into the procedures prior to the official start.

2nd prize: Angela Brewer won $2000 + an opportunity to perform in a widely published event in Melbourne.

3rd prize: Kate Handsaker won $1000 + an opportunity to perform in a widely published event in Melbourne.

4th prize: Rohan Thatcher won $ 500 + an opportunity to perform in a widely published event in Melbourne.



The Semi-Finalists
of the 2005 German-Australian Opera Grant


Semi-Finals will be held on 26 November 2004 at Melba Hall, Melbourne University.
For time schedule and registration contact: henkell@henkell.com.au.
Finals Concert on the 27 November 2004, 3.00pm at BMW Edge, Federation Square.




Douglas McRae
Baritone
NSW


Suzanne Donald
Soprano
VIC


Lisa Robinson
Soprano
VIC


Rohan Thatcher
Baritone
NSW


James Payne
Baritone
NSW


Adele Johnston
Soprano
NSW


Angela Brewer
Soprano
NSW


Kate Handshaker
Mezzo Soprano
NSW


Timothy Daly
Bass
VIC


Janelle Christie
Soprano
QLD


Susan Ellis
Soprano
NSW


Emma Pearson
Soprano
WA


Joanne Goodman
Mezzo Soprano
NSW


Kylie Pointer
Soprano
VIC


Leon Warnock
Baritone
QLD



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