Adrian Glaubert

B.Mus.(Opera)., M.Mus.(Opera)., Vancouver Opera Company

Adrian is an extremely accomplished operatic tenor whose presence has graced the stages of international opera houses to critical acclaim and whose list of credits are many, including recognition from the Order of Australia Association for his contribution to music.

Adrian received his Bachelor of Music Performance from the Victorian College of the Arts before travelling to Canada where he attained his Masters of Music (Opera) from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Adrian worked professionally with the Vancouver Opera Company for eight years, during which he performed as the leading tenor in over twenty operas, touring through the Czech Republic, China and Canada and his stage credits include the roles such as Tamino in Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute’ and Eisenstein in Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus.

Adrian has directed many operas and operettas in Canada and Australia including ‘The Elixir of Love’ by Donizetti, ‘Pirates of Penzance’, ‘Contrbandista’ and ‘The Gondoliers’ by Gilbert & Sullivan, ‘Rigoletto’ by Verdi, and ‘Cavalleria rusticana’ by Masgagni. He is an active performer and director and is committed to engaging young, aspiring performers in high quality productions and giving them priceless performance opportunities. 

Adrian is in high demand as a classical voice teacher and adjudicator, working with all types of students, from the absolute beginner to the advanced performer.

Adrian teaches Classical and Contemporary Voice at our Mitcham location from his home studio and is willing to travel to your desired location for an additional fee.