Sandra Oldis



Born, Australia. Bachelor of Music from the University of Melbourne. Graduate Diploma in Music from the Victorian College of the Arts. Awarded the Armstead Singing Scholarship in 1984; State Finalist in the ABC Instrumental and Vocal Competition in 1985; Artist in Residence, Castlemaine, Victoria in 1986

OA repertoire

Chorus Soloist/Cretan Woman: Idomeneo, Lady Artist: Lulu, Mistress of the Novices and Second Lay Sister: Suor Angelica, Antonia's Mother: Les contes d’Hoffmann, Aunt/Off-stage voice: Jenufa, German Mother: Death in Venice, Maid: My Fair Lady. Member of the Chorus since 1988

Other Companies

Title Role: The Medium, Miss Pinkerton: The Old Maid and the Thief, La Ciesca: Gianni Schicchi, Marcellina: The Marriage of Figaro. Concert engagements include soloist in Mahler Second and Third Symphonies; Bach St Matthew Passion; Handel Messiah; Handel Saul and Dixit Dominus, Mozart Litanae Lauratanae; Pergolesi Stabat Mater, Vivaldi Gloria, and a wide range of recital repertoire.