Fleuranne Brockway


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Oryx and Crake (Eichberg), Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden

“Fleuranne Brockway…..as Sharon, an ambiguous, significant role that she inhabits with her beautiful, dramatic mezzo-soprano voice, with sensuality and technical brilliance”

IOCO 25.2.2023 (translated)


Werther, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden

“Dramatically and vocally Fleuranne Brockway is an ideal Charlotte….the young mezzo-soprano impressed with her range, intensely dark lower register, brilliant resonance, finely differentiated vocal colour, brilliant top and delicately supported pianissimi….a Charlotte to remember”

Online Merker 14.01.2023 (translated)


Solo concert performance, Crema, Italy

”mezzosoprano Fleuranne Brockway…. A truly magnificent voice”

Il nuovo Torrazzo, 13.10.2022


Man Friday, Robinson Crusoe (Offenbach), Royal College of Music International Opera Studio

“Friday’s entrance song makes it immediately clear that Australian Brockway is a wonderfully natural singing-actor: her mezzo is lustrous and pleasing at the top – the sustained high notes ring thrillingly – and, as was clear in the touching fall of the closing phrase of Friday’s discovery of newfound love in the Act 2 Finale, – a secure and malleable bottom range.”

Opera Today, March 2019


Cendrillon (Massenet), Madame dela Haltiere, Victorian Opera

“Lusciously dark centred voice”

Herald Sun, 2016

After winning the German Australian Opera Grant in 2018, Fleuranne Brockway relocated to Wiesbaden, Germany in 2019 where she is quickly gaining recognition as an emerging artist of enormous potential. Since arriving in Wiesbaden, her roles have included Dorabella (Così fan tutte), Wellgunde and Rossweiße (Der Ring des Nibelungen), Third Maid (Elektra), Mercédès (Carmen), Sonyetka (Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk), Zweite Dame (Die Zauberflöte), La Zelatrice (Suor Angelica), Annina (Der Rosenkavalier), and critically acclaimed performances of Charlotte (Werther). In the upcoming season Fleuranne will also sing the title role of Carmen, Hänsel (Hänsel und Gretel), and Maddalena (Rigoletto).

Fleuranne has been a Wesfarmers Young Artist with West Australian Opera, making her company debut as Mercédès, and a Developing Artist with Victorian Opera, where her roles included Mrs. Mayor in the world premiere of the children’s opera, The Pied Piper, composed by Richard Mills.

She has also attended the Accademia del Belcanto "Rodolfo Celletti" in 2022 and made her debut in the renowned Festival della Valle D'Itria as Carlotta in Salieri's "La Scuola dè Gelosi". Her competition successes include first prize and best female voice at the prestigious Concorso Lirico Internazionale di Portofino and first place in the Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge Bel Canto Award, both in 2022.  Previously she was recognized as a finalist in the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Competition and was the recipient of the Dame Heather Begg Memorial Award from the Melba Opera Trust, with whom Brockway has enjoyed a long-standing relationship, also as a Melba Opera Trust Artist. Fleuranne was also the inaugural recipient of the Australian International Opera Award’s Royal College of Music Award, and winner of the Australian National Liederfest Competition. She has studied at the renowned Franz Schubert Institute in Vienna, Austria, at the Royal College of Music (RCM) International Opera Studio in London and holds a Bachelor of Music (Classical Vocal Performance) from the University of Western Australia. 

Fleuranne Brockway is managed by Graham Pushee: graham@artsmanagement.com.au
March 2023
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