Sophie Morris

 

Biography

Sophie Morris is a New Zealand based singer and performer who has trained in operatic, classical-crossover, musical theatre and contemporary singing. She holds a Bachelor of Music (First-Class Honours) in Classical Voice Performance and a Master of Music (Distinction) in Contemporary Voice Performance, as well as a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing from Otago University.


Career highlights include performances for Arts Festival Dunedin, Dunedin Fringe Festival, New Zealand International Early Music Festival, St Kilda Brass, City Choir Dunedin, Christchurch Southern Opera, Cruise for a Cause (Milford Sound) and iD Fashion Week, as well as performing national anthems at various sporting events including the national provincial rugby championship final (Mitre 10 Cup), Rugby League Four Nations and the Parker v Ruiz WBO World Heavyweight Championship Title Fight.


Previous roles include Rapunzel in 'Into the Woods' (Fortune Theatre), Sandy in ‘Grease: The Arena Spectacular LIVE’ (DKCM and Taieri Musical), ‘Barbarina’ (cover) in Le Nozze di Figaro (Opera Otago), ‘Pamina’ in Magic Flute Moments (Otago University), ‘Queenie’ in Honk! (Taieri Musical) and Sharpay (cover) in High School Musical (Epiphany Theatre Productions).


Sophie has performed sell-out nights of her own concerts “Sophie Goes to Broadway” and “Sophie Morris on Stage” at Allen Hall and the Glenroy respectively. Her début album “Sophie Morris – Songs from the Stage” is out now - available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and Bandcamp.