Australian lyric soprano Lisa Anne Robinson began her formal musical studies at age 14. A series of scholarships enabled her to complete her secondary and tertiary education at prestigious Australian educational facilities, culminating in a Bachelor of Music Performance, with first class honours, from the Victorian College of the Arts (1997).
During Lisa's short time in the UK she has performed with Iford Arts, Stanley Hall Opera, Opera della Luna, The Gilbert & Sullivan Company and Longborough Festival Opera.
Her operatic roles include: Countess in Le Nozze di Figaro, Dido in Dido and Aeneas, Lucy in The Telephone, Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte, Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance and Micaëla in Carmen.
She has most recently performed the role of Lady Psyche in Gilbert & Sullivan's Princess Ida at the 16th International G&S Festival.
She has been the recipient of over 100 prizes, awards, and scholarships affording her the opportunity to study and perform throughout Australia, Austria, Germany and the UK.
Critics have described her voice as 'rich', 'melting', 'distinctive', 'warm', 'world-class' and her operatic performances as 'superb', 'exceptional', 'outstanding' and 'barely matched on commercial recordings'.
Previous roles with Opera della Luna: Marchesa del Poggio in Un Giorno di Regno.