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“Musical Genius”
- Arts Hub
“... is amazing,  
she projects a voice better than any
I’ve heard this (Edinburgh) festival.
I loved it."


- ScotsGay

"An Undeniably Fine Singer"

-Tim Richards,  The Age

“A truly original, delightful, accomplished show… is a talented, charismatic lady
with an impressive vocal range”


- Kate Copstick, The Scotsman

“Gutsy and Likeable”


- Cameron Woodhead, The Age

“A powerful soprano instrument…
lebhaft und lustig”


- Daily Review

“Whether you prefer opera, comedy,
or just clever stagecraft, DEATH BY SOPRANO is sure to entertain. Delightful!”
- Richard Watts
"Her trained soprano shines
when she tackles German art song"  


- The Mercury, Hobart

“Radical, transgressive chic”


- The Guardian, UK

“Hot Pick”


- ABC Classic FM's Limelight Magazine

“Best Bets Of The Fringe” 


- The Age

"Adelaide Fringe Top 3 Shows"


- Adelaide Magazine


Issie Hart (Actor/Soprano) is an award winning artist of international esteem. Hart's work has been described as ‘Delightful’ Richard Watts, Smart Arts, RRR, ‘The Rarest of things, Musical Theatre that mattered’ Arts Hub and ‘Radical, transgressive chic’ The Guardian, UK. Isabel has worked in theatre, opera, independent film, community radio and television. 


Hart’s work, Death By Soprano, developed with the collaborations of Derek Ives, Don Bridges and

Jo Abbott has successfully toured Victoria with the support of Regional Arts Victoria and enjoyed sell-out seasons at Perth Fringeworld, Adelaide Fringe, The Butterfly Club, La Mama Theatre and The Melba Spiegeltent at Circus Oz. Death By Soprano is preparing for a national tour in 2017. 


Hart's Aerial Soprano performances with Opera in the Air have taken her to extraordinary locations including rooftops, cliff edges, grain silos and mountains.

Hart's latest work A Nightingale Affair is currently in development with preview performances to be announced later in the year.


Hart's cabaret work, La Petite Mort has enjoyed two successful Edinburgh Fringe seasons and several seasons across Australia in Melbourne, Adelaide and launched the Tasmanian Theatre Company's Associate Artist Program in Hobart. La Petite Mort was listed as 'Adelaide Fringe Top 3 Shows' Adelaide Magazine, 'Best Bets of the Melbourne Fringe' The Age, 'A truly original, delightful, accomplished show' The Scotsman and 'Hot Pick' ABC Classic FM's Limelight Magazine.


Praise for Hart's vocal skills include: ‘Musical Genius’ Arts Hub; ‘Her Vocals, Out of this world...

is amazing, as she projects a voice better than any I’ve heard this [Edinburgh] festival. I loved it.’ ScotsGay; ‘... is a talented, charismatic lady with an impressive vocal range’ The Scotsman

and ‘Her trained soprano shines when she tackles German Art Song’ The Mercury, Hobart.


Issie Hart Holds a BA in Acting, an AMusA diploma in classical singing, and trained at the Lisa Gasteen National Opera School and has won several prestigious awards for her singing. Issie also attended IUGTE where she trained in Russian Physical Theatre with Sergei Ostrenko as part of the International Performers Village.

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