Adam Miller graduated with a Bachelor of Music in 1999. After graduation,
Adam continued his language and vocal studies in Milan, Italy. His awards
and prizes include Bendigo Vocal Championship Winner 2002, Ringwood Oratorio
Winner 2002, Australian Youth Aria Finalist 2002, Mordialloc Aria Winner
2001, the Gladys Bailey OAM Art Song Prize and Finalist in the Covent Garden
National Opera Studio Scholarship 2003 and 2004. Most recently, he has been
awarded the Royal Over-Seas Leagues Bursary, the Britten-Pears Young Artist
Programme Award and the Royal Academy's Edna Graham Scholarship.
Adam has performed a number of opera and oratorio roles, including Germont
(La Traviata), Dr Falke (Die Fledermaus), Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro),
Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Masetto (Don Giovanni), Argante (Rinaldo), Nardo
(Il Filosofo di Campagnia), Marco (Gianni Schicchi) and Silvio (Pagliacci),
working with major companies such as Scottish Opera, Opera Australia, Opera
Queensland, OzOpera, Clonter Opera and Melbourne City Opera. His extensive
oratorio credits include Raphael/Adam in Haydn's The Creation and the bass
soloist in Handel’s Messiah. Adam has an equally distinguished career on the
concert platform, in film, television and radio, and has featured on two CDs.
In the beginning of the year, he sang his way around Scotland with Scottish
Opera's "Essential Scottish Opera" tour. In 2003, he was a member of Opera
Queensland’s Young Artists Programme.
He has recently graduated with Distinction and a DipRAM from the Opera
Programme at London's Royal Academy of Music. Upcoming engagements include
singing Schaunard in La Boheme for Garden Opera and covering Enrico and
Figaro in Scottish Opera's productions of Lucia di Lammermoor and Il
Barbiere di Siviglia . He will also be singing the Unwrap performances for
both Lucia di Lammermoor and Il Barbiere di Siviglia .
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