Siobhan performing ‘Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit’ (Brahms’ Requiem) with the Berlin Philharmonic and Christian Thielemann, January 2015. Read the reviews here. 

Siobhan’s winning performance of Strauss’ “An die Nacht”, which won her the 2014 Richard Strauss Prize at the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg:

Siobhan as Gilda in Rigoletto at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, October/November 2016:

Siobhan sings “Glitter and be Gay” live in concert, July 2017:

Siobhan as Morgana in Handel’s Alcina, live in Geneva, February 2016:

Dec 2016: Christmas Greetings from Berlin

In the lead-up to Christmas, Siobhan got together with two of her friends in a Berlin studio and recorded this new arrangement by Australian pianist/composer Paul Hankinson, combining the tradition carol Stille Nacht with Brahms’ Wiegenlied. Avishai Chameides joined the duo on violin for this sweet Christmas message, which was broadcast on the airwaves of ABC Classic FM and 3MBS 103.5FM in Melbourne during December. Have a look at this video take from the studio — the end credits are worth waiting for…

Siobhan performing Gounod and Handel arias with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester conducted by Darrell Ang, Prinzregententheater in Munich, September 2015:

Siobhan’s sings ‘Marietta’s Lied’ from Korngold’s opera Die tote Stadt, recorded live at the Melbourne Recital Centre in July 2015:

Siobhan performing “Rejoice Greatly” from Handel’s Messiah with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra conducted by Matthew Halls, December 2014:

Siobhan rehearsing ‘Depuis le jour’ with the Duisburger Philharmoniker and Maestro Axel Kober for the Final of the 2014 International Belvedere Competition in Düsseldorf:

Siobhan Stagg singing an excerpt as Sophie in Massenet’s WERTHER, recorded live in rehearsal at the Berliner Philharmonie, June 2014.

Siobhan Stagg singing Eccomi in lieta vesta…O quante volte from Bellini’s ‘I Capuleti ei Montecchi’, performed live in Graz, Austria, July 2011.

Siobhan Stagg singing “Sophisticated Lady” with jazz band in Berlin, March 2014: