Alastair Cooper-Golec recently graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Honours) at The University of Melbourne, receiving the Mona McCaughey award for outstanding results in his final solo recital.
In 2017 Alastair appeared in Pinchgut’s production of Rameau’s Pygmalion and Anacréon in Sydney. Recently, Alastair performed a lead role to critical acclaim in Handel’s opera Acis and Galatea for the Peninsula Music Festival. In December last year, he performed as the tenor soloist for Handel’s Messiah with Scots’ Church Melbourne and will perform as the tenor soloist for their production of Bach’s B Minor Mass over Easter. He has appeared in several Victorian Opera productions, notably the title role in the 2015 production of The Grumpiest Boy in the World. Alastair has toured all over Australia, Asia and Europe with various productions and Choirs, including a four-week long European tour last year as a soloist with the Australian Chamber Choir.
Alastair makes his Lyric debut in Les Mamelles de Tiresias in 2018.