Ji Zhang is a Brisbane-based tenor, originally from Ningbo, China. He recently graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Music in Performance under the tutelage of Dr Margaret Schindler. During his four years of study, Ji performed various principal roles in the conservatorium opera productions, particularly First Sailor in Dido and Aeneas, Rodolfo in scenes of La Boheme, Don Josè in scenes of Carmen, Don Basilio in scenes of The Marriage of Figaro, and Lippo Fiorentino in Street Scene. At the start of 2021, Ji made his Opera Queensland debut as Chick Tong in Paul Hodge’s new opera Riot. Since 2019, Ji has been the recipient of the Saint Andrew’s Uniting Church Tenor Choral Scholarship in collaboration with Musica Viva Australia. In 2021, Ji made his oratorio debut with the Sunshine Coast Choral Society, performing John Stainer’s Crucifixion as the tenor soloist, and later featured as the tenor soloist in Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest with the Queensland Choir. In November 2021, Ji participated in the Lisa Gasteen National Opera Program, where he undertook intensive vocal coaching with Professor Lisa Gasteen AO and internationally acclaimed Tenor Bradley Daley.