Sarah Louise Amos completed her Bachelor of Music (Performance) with Honours in 2017 at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Arts (Advanced) in Ancient World Studies at the University of Melbourne. Sarah is the recipient of a scholarship with Opera Scholars Australia and has performed in multiple youth productions with Victorian Opera including The Play of Herod and The Grumpiest Boy in the World.
Early in 2016, Sarah performed in the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and has sung in multiple performances with the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir and the Melbourne University Choral Society for which she is the Soprano Section Leader. Sarah is the recipient of choral scholarships with St Patrick’s Cathedral, and The Scots’ Church, Melbourne, and has been a soloist in multiple concerts with the Glen Iris City Choir and the Leading Dramatic Society.
Late in 2016 Sarah performed in the Southern hemisphere premiere of Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s La Descent d’Orphee aux Enfers at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. Early in 2017, Sarah sang the role of Sabrina in an enactment of Milton’s 1634 court masque Comus.
In June this year Sarah performed with the MCM in conjunction with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions in the production Passion, Lament, Glory in which she performed in a staged version of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at St Paul’s Cathedral. Later in 2017, Sarah performed in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo with the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and in Copland’s The Second Hurricane with Victorian Opera.
In 2018, Sarah joined the Courtly Arts Performers of Victoria and the Rippon Lea Renaissance Dancers who specialise in historical dance and is a regular guest collaborator with the Melbourne Baroque Project, a student run initiative that focuses on the performance of music from the 18th century and earlier. Sarah is a current member of the Australian Chamber Choir and will accompany them on their European Tour later this year.