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Anna Tafani


Anna Tafani soprano

Anna started classical vocal training at the age of 15 in her hometown of Elbasan in Albania. With the continuous drive to establish herself as an opera singer, she obtained a Bachelor of Music from the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University in July 2021, and is now a candidate for the Master of Music Studies with a Merit Scholarship from the same institution. Shelli Hulcombe has been her singing teacher since 2018, continuously refining her artistry and building a portfolio of diverse repertoire whilst focusing on an optimal singing technique that promotes career longevity. She has taken part in the Conservatorium's opera productions since 2019, gaining extensive stage experience. Anna has worked closely with chorus master and vocal coach, Jill Stoll, as well as movement and stagecraft lecturer Lois Redman, and various other industry professionals. She has appeared in a range of performances throughout her degree, in and out of the Conservatorium walls.


In 2021, Anna was the recipient of the Joyce Campbell Scholarship for overseas studies, which she took advantage of in July-August 2022 in Europe. She joined the studio program of Berlin Opera Academy (BOA) in Germany, thoroughly studying the role of Pamina. Shortly after BOA, she was fortunate to be selected as a young artist in Kosovo, at the Rame Lahaj International Festival working closely with vocal coach Jean Bernard Thomas. Recently Anna portrayed the role of Phyllis in a brand-new production of Iolanthe by Gilbert and Sullivan, directed by the critically acclaimed opera director Stuart Maunder.

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