Chloe Harris has recently graduated with first class honours from the Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Music (Hons) majoring in performance. She is currently continuing her training under the tutelage of Roxane Hislop. She has been awarded for her efforts at the Conservatorium of Music with the Mona McCaughey - The Elise Weiderman scholarship, Murray Ormond Vagg scholarship, Muriel Cheek scholarship and Walter Kirby scholarship.
Chloe has been accepted as the recipient of the Sleath Lowrey Scholarship for 2017 and was a finalist in the Acclaim Awards masterclasses with Italian soprano, Valeria Esposito. Most recently, Chloe has been awarded The Opera Foundation for young Australians Dalwood-Wylie AIMS Award, which will allow her to participate at the American Institute of Musical Studies Summer School in Graz, Austria, during July and August this year.
Chloe has been awarded a full scholarship to continue as a scholar for the current Opera Scholars Australia’s 2018/19 season and was a finalist for the prestigious Scholar of the Year award 2017/18. She has been the recipient of other awards and scholarships such as a finalist at Liederfest in 2016 and 2017 with the Loris Synan and Hedy Holt & Roger Prochazka awards, and the winner of the Janet Perkins vocal scholarship 2016. Chloe has also been a finalist in the Ringwood Aria competition and the Melbourne Male Welsh Choir competition for 2017.
Chloe has been involved in the VYO production ‘The Grumpiest Boy in the World’ in 2015. She performed the role of Third Lady (2016) and Dorabella (2017) in Conservatorium productions of Mozart Opera excerpts with international director, Beverly Blankenship. This year, Chloe has workshopped the role of Dorabella with Lyric Opera of Melbourne's Director Workshops.
Chloe makes her Lyric debut in the 2018 production of FLY