Anna Pope: Musical Director, Composer & Mezzo-soprano

After several years directing groups in Cambridge and Adelaide, Anna founded the Lumina Vocal Ensemble in 1999 and has been its artistic director ever since.  For more about her musical direction, visit here.

Much of the inspiration for her musical leadership has been harnessed from over 20-years’ experience singing in a number of wonderful ensembles in Australia and England under a range of very different directors. These have included Adelaide Chamber Singers (12 years), AUCS, Grads, Cambridge University Musical Society, New Cambridge Singers, Christ’s & Magdalen College Chapel Choirs, Cambridge Handel Opera Group, Cambridge University Opera Society, English Chamber Orchestra, ASO, ACO, Twitch, Corinthians & Certaine Notes with conductors including Hilary Weiland, Carl Crossin, David Willcocks, John Rutter, Stephen Cleobury, Stephen Leek & Tim Sexton.

Anna has also appeared as a soloist in recitals and concerts in Cambridge and Adelaide, including for Gerald Gifford, Wolfson Musical Society, Judy Clingan, Chandos Chorale, Oz Camerata, Cecilian Singers and Lumina. Anna’s love of singing and choral music has also lead her to compose over 20 works for unaccompanied choir – click here for more information on her work as composer.

As well as the singing, conducting and composing which fills her with such joy, Anna considers she is one of the luckiest people alive to have the opportunity to also live in a wonderful old Heritage Place, work for the SA Environment Dept, write works of fiction (in her spare time) and last but by no means least, be part of a wonderful music-loving family including husband Kenneth and 4 delightful children.

Rachel SagRachel Sag: Composer, Soprano & recorder

Rachel started formal music training at a young age through Dalcrose Eurythmics and an excellent primary school music program. Following this she attended Brighton High School's Special interest music program and later Single Studies programs at Flinder's Street School of Music and The Elder Conservatorium. Rachel has studied recorder, piano and trumpet as well as voice and composition.

Rachel studied composition with Carl Crossin at Brighton High School and continued in single studies at Elder Conservatorium under Graham Koehne.  Also an experienced singer, Rachel has been involved in choral singing since the age of 10 and has been a part of many well-known choirs in Adelaide, Melbourne & the UK.  Her love of choral music and desire for new repertoire have spurred her to turn her efforts to writing and arranging music for the choirs she has been involved with.  Her recent choral compositions include Behold a Silly Tender Babe; Through a Glass Darkly (premiered by the Graduate Singers in 2006 and 2007 respectively); Ubir Rock & Reflections through the looking glass (both premiered by Lumina in 2007); and Makeless Maiden, Berry Springs & Hymn to Cooinda.  Later in 2008, eight of Rachel's works will be recorded by Lumina and released on their New Horizons & Australian Dreaming CDs.

Rachel has been involved in choral singing since the age of 10 and has been a part of many well-known choirs in Adelaide, Melbourne & the UK including: Adelaide Chamber SingersGradsAdelaide University Choral SocietyFlinders University Choral SocietyCorinthian SingersGloriana Vocal EnsembleOxford Pro Musica SingersNational Youth Choir of Australia, Voiceworks, Elder Conservatorium Chorale & Adelaide Symphony Chorus.

Rachel has been singing with Lumina since 2004 and has written many choral works for them. She is also a founding member of Lyrebyrd Consort, (instrumental offshoot of Lumina) where she plays tenor and descant recorder.

Saam Thorne: Composer, Deputy Conductor, Mezzo-soprano & rebec

Saam Thorne became immersed in music early, commencing piano and violin lessons at the age of six. She studied at Flinders Street School of Music & Elder Conservatorium, majoring in composition with viola and piano as secondary instruments. Post-tertiary, she took up vocal studies with teacher Betty Treloar, receiving a Diploma of Music in singing from the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music in 2010. Saam has worked in the music industry for many years, teaching, playing, composing and arranging, with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and in music retail. She has sung with several ensembles, including Voiceworks, Adelaide University Chorale, Adelaide Chamber Singers, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and Lumina since 2006, becoming deputy conductor in 2011. Saam is also a founding member of Lyrebyrd, an early music instrumental offshoot of Lumina, playing the rebec and directing the strings.

Beth Christian: Soprano

Beth(anie) is fortunate to have a mother who is a passionate singer, and so has been singing (in tune) from a very young age... around 2 years. Her choral career began in the lounge room of her family home in Alice Springs, as a member of Alice Spring Junior Singers. This choir, which started with around 14 singers, had become three choirs with over 100 singers by the time her family left Alice in 1993. Choral highlights since then have included singing in the senior vocal ensemble at Immanuel College (as well as performing the role of Tuptim in the school's performance of the King and I), being a member of Voiceworks at Flinders Street School of Music, singing with the Corinthian Singers of Adelaide, travelling to Canberra and Brisbane with Tonic, a group of young Adelaide women, to perform compositions by Callie Wood and Alice Keath, providing backup vocals for Peter Combe at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne and on his Christmas CD as a part of the Jingle Bells Band, singing with the massed choir for the Verdi Requiem and Mahler 8, and finally, doing occasional gigs with Lumina Vocal Ensemble. What a lucky singer!

Carolyn Wilkins: Soprano






Melinda Pike: Mezzo-soprano & percussion

Melinda’s first choirs were at school and church, and in the early eighties, the Way Consort. For a few years her harmony cravings were satisfied by performing as one third of a comedy a cappella group the Debettes, and when that folded, she found herself in Sydney singing exclusively 20th century repertoire (how quaint that sounds now) with the Contemporary Singers, who later morphed into Cantillation. Briefly and inconclusively trained in opera, she moved to London and found her spiritual home with the BBC Symphony Chorus, with whom she performed exactly 100 concerts over 9 years, toured extensively, and had the very great pleasure of observing many talented musicians at close quarters. Back home in Adelaide since 2003 she has worked more recently with Adelaide Vocal Project(AVP), most notably in the chorus of Phillip Glass’ Satyagraha, the Graduate Singers, the Adelaide Symphony Chorus, the occasional amateur musical, and Lumina.

Kate Tretheway: Alto

Kate has loved singing and music from an early age.  As well as learning the piano and violin (later viola) from a young age, her great love has always been singing. This love was honed through performing in church musicals and school choirs during her primary school years, singing in the Children’s Chorusof the State Opera of SAand the Australian Opera, and through the choirs at Brighton High School. From 1991-2006, she sang with Limited Edition. She has also sung with community choirs in Papua, Indonesia & with the worship team at Aberfoyle Uniting Church. Since joining Lumina in 2009, Kate has been loving the opportunity to sing with the group.

Fiona O'Connor: Alto

Fiona has been singing for as long as she can remember, performing in school choirs and musicals from an early age. She loves music, especially singing, and has performed with a variety of small and large groups. She was a member of the Australian Girls Choir for a year or two, but her real journey in choral music began on joining the Flinders University Choral Society early in 1997. She soon joined the Adelaide University Choral Society as well, and sang with Flight of Ideas Chamber Choir, then started a vocal quartet which ran for about 18 months (disbanding when two of its members moved interstate). Fiona has recently performed some operetta and light musical theatre with the SA Light Opera Society.

Penny Dally: Alto

Penny is a true veteran of the Adelaide choral scene. She became hooked on singing when she joined the Adelaide University Choral Society at age 19 and has not stopped since. She has been a member of a number of Adelaide choirs and ensembles including Graduate Singers, Corinthian Singers, Certaine Notes and Adelaide Chamber Singers. In her 13 years as a member of the Adelaide Chamber Singers she toured England, performed at a variety of Festivals in Singapore, Tokyo, Minneapolis, Perth and Adelaide and was involved in a diverse range of singing experiences from Womadelaide to the Huntington Music Festival. She was also a founding member of Lumina Vocal Ensemble, and has sung in a number of concerts and recordings with the group in the past 13 years. Penny also juggles her 'day job' as a technical adviser at the ATO with raising two young children.   

Rosemary Byron ScottRosemary Byron-Scott: Alto & recorder

Rosemary began singing in choirs at the age of 13 in St Jude’s Anglican Church choir (Brighton) & the Seymour College Choir. In 1986 she joined AUCS as one of the new ‘Hilary babes’ and enjoyed the many memorable concerts conducted by Hilary Weiland in her time in Adelaide. In subsequent years Rosemary has sung with Graduate Singers, Corinthian Singers, Adelaide Chamber Singers, & the occasional Intervarsity & Festival Chorus, and studied voice with John Morgan. After 20 years of choral singing and enjoying most of the large works in the choral repertoire, Rosemary now performs contemporary & early music as an alto with Lumina Vocal Ensemble (since 2004) & Certaine Notes (St Peter’s Cathedral). In these past 10 years of small ensemble singing, she has enjoyed singing new music and gaining insights into musical expression in different ages.

Jo Pike: Tenor / Alto

Jo is a choral singer because she and her sister Mel used to lie on the floor in their pyjamas listening to their mum’s choir rehearse in the lounge room.   It imbued them both with an early and unshakeable love of choral music and they’ve never stopped singing.  Jo has sung both nationally and overseas with companies including Australian Dance Theatre, State Opera, Corinthian Singers, Lumina, Adelaide Symphony Chorus, Leigh Warren & Dancers, Graduate Singers, Australian Ballet and Adelaide Art Orchestra.  Jo is also Creative Producer and co-founder, with Timothy Sexton, of the Adelaide Vocal Project, and sang in their acclaimed productions, with Leigh Warren & Dancers of Philip Glass’ portrait trilogy of operas, Akhnaten, Einstein on the Beach and Satyagraha. In her non-singing time, Jo is Executive Producer of the Regional Centre of Culture at Country Arts SA. She’s convinced that singing keeps you healthy and happy. She has a wonderful partner, Paul, who she met at Graduate Singers – “I rest my case.”

Timothy MueckeTimothy Muecke: Tenor / Alto

Tim is an experienced singer who says: ‘I have never studied singing, composition or conducting, and certainly haven’t a clue when it comes to languages – matter of fact just the thought of singing in French puts me into a cold sweat. However, I am a Tenor and love to sing – something I seem to have done almost all my life’. Tim has an extensive Adelaide pedigree, having been a member of the All Souls, Christ Church and St Peter’s Cathedral choirs, AUCS, Quire St Nicholas, Canticle, Corinthian Singers of Adelaide, Adelaide Chamber Singers and State Opera of SA chorus. Over the last few years, as a member of the Adelaide Vocal Project and in conjunction with Leigh Warren and Dancers, Tim has sung and performed in the entire Philip Glass opera trilogy – Akhnaten, Einstein on the Beach and Satyagraha. ‘Oh, and I sing with the wonderful Lumina Vocal Ensemble (since 2003) – need I say more?’.

Peter Mahoney: Tenor

Peter discovered choral singing with the well-known Adelaide choir, Umbrella A Cappella, in 2011. Under musical director and passionate medievalist Lyndon Piddington, he performed regularly with Umbrella at the Gumeracha Medieval Fair, the  Kapunda Celtic Festival, and Italian Carnevale. Enjoyment of medieval and Renaissance music led him to Lumina in 2014, where he has shown himself an enthusiastic apprentice in the tenor section. He says, “It has been a steep but thrilling learning curve and a privilege to be among such skillful interpreters of early music”. Peter has experience as an amateur actor in French theatre with the L’Alliance Francaise d’Adelaide and particularly enjoys singing in French.


Toby Gilbert: Baritone

Toby began singing, aged eight, with Taunton Youth Choir, based in Somerset, England. When he moved with his family to Dublin in 1994, he found himself under the baton of Early Music specialist Marion Doherty with the Enchiriadis Chamber Choir, and spent his teenage years singing bawdy madrigals with friends. After a brief spell in the Irish Youth Choir, Toby joined the vocal ensemble Anúna, with whom he travelled extensively Europe, North America and beyond. Toby won a Choral Scholarship to St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin and later with University College Dublin, where he studied Medicine. He and his wife moved to Adelaide in 2012. This will be Toby's first concert on Australian soil.

James Scott: Baritone

From an early age James studied piano, theory of music, and voice and was a member of the Crafers Boys Choir, beginning a life-long fascination with vocal music. Early stage performance included the Kinder-chor in the Australian Opera’s production of Tosca.  James graduated from the Opera School of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music with the prestigious Elizabeth Muir Scholarship for Post-Graduate study.  He was a member of the chorus of the Lyric Opera of Queensland and sang with the Light Opera Company of Queensland. Since that time James has combined a range of singing commitments, including as a Scholar at St Paul’s Cathedral for a number of years, with a career in project management.  James has been a member of most of Australia’s most prestigious chamber choirs, including Adelaide Chamber Singers, Corinthian Singers of Adelaide, Canticum Novum, Ensemble Gombert, Canterbury Fellowship, and the Choir of St James King Street, Sydney.  James is a regular member of Adelaide Vocal Project and the State Opera of South Australia chorus.  He is a sought after singing character actor for musical theatre, credits include Ravenal in Showboat, Archibald Grosvenor in Patience, and Maximillian in Candide.  In 2011 he recorded the role of Edward Lear in Ode to Nonsense for Slingsby Theatre Company, sang the role of Second White Sailor in Moby Dick, and understudied Morales for State Opera’s production of Carmen.  This year James was a Street Singer for the Adelaide Festival’s production of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass and appeared as Customs Sergeant in State Opera’s production of La Boheme.  He has also performed in many concerts and recordings for Lumina Vocal Ensemble, including as baritone soloist in the premiere of Anna Pope's The Traveller.


Kenneth PopeKenneth Pope: Bass & recorder

Singing is a precious time for Kenneth in his busy life as engineer, university lecturer and father of four.  Beginning as an instrumentalist, Kenneth discovered singing when he joined choirs at church and school.  The Adelaide University Choral Society was the turning point, as the camaraderie of the choir won out.  Fine training under Hilary Weiland with AUCS and the Graduate Singers was reinforced with three years in Cambridge singing with Wolfson College Choir, Cambridge University Musical Society and the chapel choirs of Christ’s, Emmanuel and Magdalene.  Returning to Adelaide, Kenneth sang with the Adelaide IV Chorus in 1994, then with the Corinthian Singers (2 years) and Adelaide Chamber Singers (12 years).  He has toured to the Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth Festivals, and to Germany, UK, USA and Japan.  Also a founding member of Lumina, the group provides Kenneth with wonderful chamber music opportunities with wonderful friends.

Clive ConwayClive Conway: Baritone

After many years in the St Peter's Cathedral Choir, Clive's career as a boy treble came to an end two months short of his 17th birthday when the school music master forbade him from singing descants for fear he might damage something.  His voice never actually broke, and after short stints as an alto and tenor, he finally hit rock bottom and became a bass.  He sang with AUCS, Pro Canto Singers, Graduate Singers & Adelaide Festival Chorus, and studied voice at the Elder Conservatorium under Diane McNaron, Alan McKie and Rob Dawe.  In the UK he sang with the English Arts Chorale (director Leslie Olive) at venues including Arundel Cathedral and St John’s, Cambridge; and was honoured to sing with Peter Phillips' Tallis Scholars in a 500th birthday performance of Tallis's Spem in Alium at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.  As well as Lumina, he also still sings with Graduate Singers & may occasionally be seen busking on street corners with the guitar he bought from Patsy Biscoe.





Andrew Bettison: Baritone

As a child, Andrew studied piano and sang with the Pembroke School Senior Boys Choir under Colin Curtis.  At the age of 17, Andrew left Adelaide to study computer science at the University of Sydney, where he sang bass with the Sydney University Musical Society.  After graduating he joined Fairlight Instruments to work as a software engineer on their revolutionary Computer Musical Instrument.  He also joined the community radio station 2MBS-FM as a volunteer sound recording engineer.  In 1988 Andrew was invited to join the Sydney Chamber Choir directed by Nicholas Routley, with whom he sang for ten years.  He studied voice under baritone Michael Hissey.  In 1990 he joined the Contemporary Singers directed by Antony Walker and Elliot Gyger.  He was also a founding member of the short-lived Australian Chamber Singers directed by Michael Noone.  In 1998 he moved to Spain for three years.  Upon returning to Sydney in 2001 he made several recordings for the ABC with Cantillation, then in 2002 he moved back to Adelaide and joined the Adelaide Chamber Singers directed by Carl Crossin, with whom he has recently resumed singing after a seven year hiatus spent in Spain.

Professor Tom Burton: Medieval English Specialist & Narrator

Tom is a Professor of English at the University of Adelaide, with particular interests in medieval literature, regional dialects, and the history of the language. He is the Founding Director of the Chaucer Studio, a non-profit organization that makes recordings of historical and regional texts, in reconstructed period pronunciation, for use as teaching aids, and is a frequent speaker and reader of poems to literary societies, writing groups, U3A, and on radio. He is the author of William Barnes’s Dialect Poems: A Pronunciation Guide (2010), and, in collaboration with K. K. Ruthven, is preparing a critical edition of The Complete Poems of William Barnes (3 volumes) for Oxford University Press. Each year in the Adelaide Fringe Tom and friends put on a reading of poems and songs from Barnes’s Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, in aid of Alzheimer’s Australia and the Barr Smith Library.

Nick Coxhill: Baritone

Nick has been a choral singer almost continuously since singing in school choirs at St. Andrew’s School and Brighton Secondary School. Since then, Nick has sung with some of the best choirs in Adelaide, including Elder Conservatorium Chorale & Adelaide Chamber Singers (under Carl Crossin) and Adelaide Voices & the Corinthian Singers (under Christie Anderson). He also sang with National Youth Choir of Australia, under Mike Brewer. This is his first concert with Lumina.  Nick is currently studying Honours in Performance having recently completed a Bachelor of Music , majoring in Voice at the Elder Conservatorium. He has appeared in shows with the Elder Conservatorium, the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of South Australia and Co-Opera. Upcoming engagements include singing the part of Luiz in the G&S Society’s production of ‘The Gondoliers’, and Papageno in the Elder Conservatorium’s production of Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute’.

Andrew McCauley: Bass

Coming from an instrumental and composing background, Andrew is a relative latecomer to choral singing. He joined AUCS in 2007 and took to choral music very enthusiastically, also joining St Francis Xavier's Cathedral Choir in the same year. Though he loves singing in large choirs like AUCS, Andrew really prefers more intimate, small choirs such as Lumina.


Keith HemptonKeith Hempton: Narrator

Keith Hempton is Head of Vocal Studies and Co-ordinator of the Honours Performance programme at the Elder Conservatorium.  Since his appointment there, he has been involved in many significant student productions ranging from opera classics, to adventurous modern works by Glass and Dudley.  Keith’s distinguished singing career included appearances with the famed Glyndebourne Opera in the UK and also solo appearances at Wigmore Hall and Royal Albert Hall.  In Australia he has appeared as a principal artist with Opera Australia and was Principal Bass with the State Opera of South Australia for a number of years.  He has performed major roles with most of the state opera companies.  He has also appeared as a soloist with many of the state symphony orchestras and has commissioned works from Australian composers such as Natalie Williams, Wendy Hiscocks and David Kottlowy.  From 1986 to 1991, he was a member of the distinguished professional vocal ensemble, The Song Company.

Bernard Mageean

Bernard Mageean: Tenor & percussion

Bernard Mageean started choral singing as a tenor (choirs are always looking for tenors) with the Adelaide Choral Society almost exactly thirty years ago, shortly after arriving from England.  He reasoned at the time that this might be a way in which an amateur might get to experience working with professionals.  He found that this indeed came about, and he is privileged to have been associated in performance with many professional musicians in the course of singing over three decades with many, if not quite all, of Adelaide's four-part choirs and singing groups, including Adelaide Chamber Singers and Certaine Notes. A tenor with Lumina since 2003, Bernard is also an invaluable repetiteur, an adept percussionist, and a well-read scholar who prepares thought-provoking program notes and has translated pieces from a number of languages.

Michele de Courcy: Soprano & percussion

Michele discovered the joy of singing with others aged 8, when she joined the Cambrian choir in Ipswich, Queensland.  She sang with them until starting her study of French and Music at UQ. There she sang with QUMS andPro Musica. While living in Edinburgh in the early 80s, Michele sang with the Edinburgh Bach Choir. After moving to Melbourne in 2003, Michele performed and recorded with the choirs of St Mark’s Fitzroy and Christ Church South Yarra, and worked as a jobbing cantor. Since moving to Adelaide in 2010, she has sung with Certaine Notes, the Graduate Singers the Corinthian Singers and the Festival Chorus. Michele also performs as a soloist/duettist, in recitals of lieder and sacred works, and has sung in a number of concerts with Lumina in 2012 and 2013.

Matthew Lykos: Tenor

Matthew is excited that this concert (2013 Fringe) with Lumina Vocal Ensemble is one of his first musical projects after finishing his Bachelor of Music at The University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium. Outside of the Fringe Festival, Matthew exercises his love of singing as a member of the award winning A Capella Quartet, The Fishbowl Boys, and as a section leader of pan-pacific bronze medallist barbershop chorus, The Festival Statesmen Youth Chorus. As one of four official youth ambassadors for Barbershop Harmony Singing in Australia, Matthew travels interstate to encourage harmony singing in men of all ages. This June he will travel to North America to sing at the International Barbershop Harmony Convention.

Andrew Heuch: Tenor

Andrew started singing at school in the UK. Before his voice broke, he was persuaded to be the bride in Smetana’s The Bartered Bride, and one of the 3 geneii in Mozart’s The Magic Flute. After starting work, he sang bass with the Bristol and Birmingham Choral Societies. This was followed by no organised singing for about 8 years, until he moved to Adelaide in 1984 and found that his new neighbour sang in The Chandos Chorale, a small community choir. After joining, the conductor suggested he should sing tenor, and he enjoyed singing a wide variety of sacred and secular material, including the occasional solo. Unfortunately the choir disbanded in 2011, but by then he had also joined Cantabile Singers, singing similar repertoire. Andrew has sung in a number of concerts with Lumina in 2012 and 2013.

Peter Deane: Baritone

Peter Deane is a singer, conductor and voice teacher with considerable experience.  After graduating from the Elder Conservatorium of Music, he then undertook two years’ graduate study at the University of Southern California and in Chicago and London.  As a singer, Peter has performed a wide range of musical styles from piano bar to music theatre through to Opera and Oratorio.  Thanks to Brian Chatterton and Co*Opera SA, Peter performed many operatic roles all over Australia, a favourite being Scarpia in Tosca. For State Opera SA he performed many comprimario roles and choruses, highlights being Sweeney Todd with Gale Edwards and two Ring Cycles.

Peter has conducted five Youth Operas for the Come Out Festival and the State Opera of SA, as well as many choral/orchestral concerts. In 2011 he was the Director of Music at Christ Church North Adelaide, exploring a range of early liturgical music with a choir of trained voices.  Peter currently conducts the Senior School Choirs at St Peter’s College.  Peter sang in a number of Lumina concerts in 2012 and guest conducted our 2012 Fringe concert.

Chris Guntner: Tenor

Chris started singing at school and church, later joining Voiceworks. He was a member of the Adelaide Chamber Singers from 2000–2005, including performing in several International tours and festivals. He has also sung with Syntony, and has been in many performances and recordings with Lumina. Chris has the special ability to sing harmonics, including overtones and ‘undertones’, and has even been heard to perform ‘Amazing Grace’ in harmonics with a single fundamental (now on youtube).


Emma Horwood: Guest conductor 2012

Acclaimed harpist and soprano Emma Horwood is a music graduate of the University of Adelaide. Emma has been a core member of Adelaide Chamber Singerssince 2000, touring internationally and performing with them as soloist in the 2008 and 2010 Adelaide Festivals.  As a founding member of female vocal trioEve she has performed live on ABC Classic FM and presented concerts as part of the Musica Viva in Schoolsprogramme, and with Syntonyvocal ensemble she has performed in the Barossa and Coriole Music Festivals.

Emma presents frequent solo recitals, including appearances with Adelaide Baroque, The Firm, in the Elder Lunchhour& Ngeringa Herb Farm concert series, sell out solo shows in the 2011 Adelaide Fringe, and as the invited soloist of many choirs including the Graduate Singers. She also performs frequently as harpist and vocalist at weddings, functions, recitals and festivals. Emma has recorded six solo CDs and several ensemble CD’s, all broadcast on ABC Classic FM.

Emma loves to work with choirs and is pleased to be guest conducting Lumina for the first time in tonight’s concert, presenting beautiful Renaissance music programmed by Anna. An experienced choral conductor, Emma has worked with the Australian Girls Choir from 2000-2008, The Chandos Chorale in 2003 & 2004, Bella Voce (at the University of Adelaide) from 2007-2010 and the Corinthians Singers of Adelaide in 2010 & 2011.  In her spare time Emma loves dining, reading, walking, craft-making and watching old movies and period dramas!



2012 Singers

2011 Singers


2009 Singers

2009 Singers

Rachel Sag, Raphaela Mazzone, Anna Pope, Rosemary Byron-Scott, Saam Thorne, Timothy Muecke, Bernard Mageean, Kenneth Pope, Clive Conway

2008 Singers

2008 Singers

Rachel Sag, Renate Fetzer, Anna Pope,Rosemary Byron-Scott, Angela Randall, Saam Thorne, Timothy Muecke, Bernard Mageean, Matt Winefield, Kenneth Pope, Clive Conway

2007 Singers

2007 Singers

Rachel Sag, Carolyn Wilkins, Anna Pope, Rosemary Byron-Scott, Angela Randall, Saam Thorne, Bernard Mageean, Timothy Muecke, Kenneth Pope, James Scott, Matt Winefield