Australian-American mezzo-soprano Tivoli Treloar is currently earning a bachelor’s degree at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music where she studies with Juliana Gondek and Wendy Caldwell. Tivoli has sung roles including Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro and Flora Bervoix in La traviata. Tivoli sang in a double-bill production of Orfeo nell'Infieri and La descente d’Orphée aux enfers under the direction of James Darrah and the baton of Grammy award-winning conductor, Stephen Stubbs. She sang the role of Echo in a workshop premiere of the new opera, Quake. Tivoli enjoys interpreting new music, and she has performed several contemporary works composed by UCLA faculty and students.
Tivoli recently attended the prestigious Music Academy of the West Summer Festival 2022 where she was a Fellow in the Lehrer Vocal Institute. While there, Tivoli performed in a staged concert featuring the music of Tom Cipullo and covered Mme. Larina in Eugene Onegin. In a night of chamber music, she sang Jake Heggie's song cycle, The Deepest Desire. Additionally, she performed in Hahn Hall 1922-2022: An Original Cabaret directed by James Darrah, with music direction by Craig Terry.
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