Oliver Messiaen: Ressurection (Chants du terre et ciel) - Helena Mamich
Alban Berg: Marie's Lullaby (Wozzeck) - Helena Mamich
Kunsu Shim: Rose Inners (2006) - Helena Mamich & ANU New Music Ensemble
F.Cilea: Ecco respiro...Io son umille - Helena Mamic
Gerhard Stäbler: blindflug (2012) - Helena Mamic
A.Vivaldi: All'ombra di sospetto RV 687 - Trio LUR
Monteverdi: L'Orfeo Act IV Opening-Hades
Born in Australia, soprano Helena Mamich pursued her undergraduate studies and a Master's degree in Music of Opera singing and Chamber Music at the Australian National University, which she succesfully finished in the class of Dr Paul McMahon in 2015. She has also completed School of Medicine at University of Split in Croatia. During her studies she has participated in several operatic and oratorio projects. Operatic credits include roles of Liu (Turandot), Mimi (La Boheme), La Zelatrice (Suor Angelica), Michaela (Carmen), Contessa (La Nozze di Figaro), Proserpina/Messagiera (L'Orfeo), Perdita (Like an Old Tale), Mrs Gobineau (The Medium). Oratorio and motet projects included principal roles in: Mozart mass in c-minor (W.A.Mozart), Membra Jesu nostri (Dietrich Buxtehude), Stabat Mater (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi),Messias (G.F.Handel), Gloria in D-major (Antonio Vivaldi), Exultate, Jubilate (W.A.Mozart), Quam Pulchra est (Ivan Lukacic), Cithara Octochorda (Anzelmo Canjuga arr.). Helena Mamich is a holder of several prestigious awards at the following competitions: ACVC International Concerto & Vocal competition, ANU Margaret Smiles Competition Prize, Australian Eisteddfod . Ms Mamich was the 2014 recipient of the prestigious Christel Larko Scholarship for an outstanding young musician and the Traveling Scholarship from Friends of the School of the Music. In year 2015 she is a recepient of Kornfled Postgraduate Scholarship for Opera singers and Fankhauser Travelling Scholarship. .She participated in master classes given by Marvin Keenze (USA), Angela Giblin (Australia), David Ciavarella (Italy), Ghillian Sullivan (Australia), David Aronson (Austria), Sylvia Greenberg (Austria), Anthony Legge (Australia, UK). Steven Delaney (Austria/Australia), Angelika Luz (Germany), Gerhard Staebler (Germany) and Pille Lill (Estonia/Russia).
Her repertoire includes operas and chamber music works from verissimo and contemporary composers. Her current activites include pedagogical work, performances as a soloist and performances as a part of chamber trio "Arbor Vitae". In year 2017 she has been awarded with a prize Transition Award - Endowment of Excellence from Australian National University for her academic and performance achievements.
CV & Repertoire
|Musical Work||Role||Jump-in ready?||Company||Year|
|Puccini: Turandot||Liù||1 week||2016|
|Puccini: Suor Angelica||The Monitress||1 week||2016|
|Mozart: Vesperae solennes de confessore K. 339||Soprano||1 week||2016|
|Puccini: La Bohème||Mimì||No||2015|
|Bizet: Carmen||Micaëla||1 week||2014|