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Link / Contact: iopera.com.au
IOPERA is an incorporated not-for-profit performing society which mounts productions of chamber operatic works from the fringes of the repertoire, and explores innovative forms of operatic production, with the ultimate aim of helping to increase access to, and interest in, operatic culture in the community-at-large.

Link / Contact: Leah Annetta
Leah Annetta and Yasmin Chiu's In Good Company performs opera productions at the Lithuanian House

Ivanhoe Girls' Grammar School Performing Arts Centre
Link / Contact: performingartscentre.ivanhoegirls.vic.edu.au/

La Prima Opera
Link / Contact: facebook.com/laprimaopera/

Lieder Society
Link / Contact: www.liedersocietyvic.com
In 1975, inspired by a visit to Australia of the famous bass-baritone Hans Hotter, Melbourne based singer and teacher Loris Synan decided to investigate whether a State Society could be formed to keep the art of lieder and art song performance before the public. The idea was taken up by many of Melbourne?s finest musicians and the Lieder Society was born. Loris became President and an active Committee was elected that included, as its first Secretary, her late husband Alan McArthur. Together their tireless work ensured the Society?s early success and growth. The Bicentenary Schubert Festival ? a series of thirty concerts spanning the years 1993 to 1997, during which the entire Schubert song repertoire was presented in roughly chronological order ? was a mammoth project undertaken by the Society. Christopher Barling?s vision and guidance of the project, together with his meticulous research, resulted in a Schubert Festival which has not been equalled anywhere in the world. The National Liederfest is Australia?s most prestigious German art song competition. It provides encouragement for aspiring concert performers through a series of recitals where singers and pianists compete for valuable prizes.

Lyrebird Music Society Inc
Link / Contact: www.lyrebirdmusicsociety.org.au
The British Music Society existing as the Lyrebird Music Society Inc is a not-for-profit music society registered in Victoria as an Incorporated Association. Under the name of the British Music Society of Victoria, it was formed in 1921 by music enthusiast and philanthropist Louise Hanson Dyer (1884-1962), as an autonomous local chapter of a parent society in the United Kingdom, which had branches throughout the British Empire. This parent body dissolved in 1933. Since then the Society has been completely independent. The music presented at our concerts is universal in nature, embracing all forms of fine music. The objective of the Society is to promote the appreciation of fine music by presenting a series of concerts each year for its members, their guests, and the general public. These concerts are always of a high standard, featuring professional artists, mostly from Melbourne. The Society encourages composers by annually awarding the Lyrebird Commission for Composition to a Melbourne based composer and presenting the commissioned work at a public concert.

Lyric Opera of Melbourne
Link / Contact: www.lyricopera.com.au
P.O. Box 236 Collins Street West VIC 8007 Lyric Opera Established in 2003, Lyric Opera of Melbourne is a bold, creative opera company committed to developing operatic artists, building new audiences and enriching the operatic repertoire by creating a forum for the production of lesser-known works. Lyric's work is focused on producing innovative and exploratory music-based theatre, using contemporary practices that challenge, engage and inspire artists and audiences alike. Through its history, the organisation has built a loyal audience, ranging from young professionals and Melbourne arts lovers to traditional opera enthusiasts. Following a restructure in 2012, Lyric was incorporated as a Victorian not-for-profit association. It is governed by a Board of Management, which works in collaboration with the Creative Director and Music Director to facilitate a sustainable model to support the delivery of high quality operatic works for the Melbourne arts community.

Lyster Opera LTD
Link / Contact: info@lysteropera.com.au
Lyster Opera derives its name from William Saurin Lyster (1828-1880), an Irish born entrepreneur who made it his mission to provide opera to the growing population of Australia. Under Lyster’s auspices, Australians were given their first taste of operatic composers as diverse as Mozart, Donizetti, Auber, Meyerbeer and Wagner.

Macedon Music
Link / Contact: www.macedonmusic.com/
Macedon Music is the musical centre of the Macedon Ranges, providing a high standard of live music to residents and visitors in a unique rural setting. Internationally acclaimed ensembles and soloists perform regularly at Lowland Farm in the intimacy of a room which seats 90 people, overlooking the surrounding countryside.

Matthew Toogood
Link / Contact: matthewtoogood.com

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