Morgan England-Jones is a soprano based in Brisbane, Queensland. Under the tutelage of Lisa Gasteen AO, she graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, with a Bachelor of Music (Performance, Classical Voice). She has further honed her craft through opportunities such as the Lisa Gasteen National Opera Program (2016, 2017, 2019, 2021) and her work with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. In 2019, Morgan sang the role of Frau Fluth in the Lisa Gasteen National Opera School’s production of Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (conducted by Ward Stare & directed by Heather Fairbairn). This followed several notable concert performances with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (including Mahler’s 4th Symphony & Faure’s Requiem), The Night Parrot (composed by Jessica Wells, commissioned by Queensland Music Festival, and now available from iTunes) and her rendition of Micaela in Carmen in Concert (conducted by Alondra de la Parra & directed by Patrick Nolan) – a collaboration of the Lisa Gasteen National Opera Program, Queensland Symphony Orchestra & Opera Queensland.
In 2021, post-pandemic, Morgan has enjoyed performing once more within the wider Brisbane community, including championing a new concert format within the 4MBS Festival of Classics (Beethoven vs Schubert Liederabend) & reprising her role as soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah in several productions.
Morgan is an avid student of languages and, in 2019, continued her studies in German with the German Language School (GLS) in Berlin. She is a capable and intelligent actress, with a talent for comedy and a deep love for all music.