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Bonnie de la Hunty
Soprano
Bonnie studies classical voice at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, where she completed her Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) in 2013.

She is currently pursuing a Graduate Diploma of Music (Classical) under Patricia Price.

She began violin lessons at the age of six, and singing lessons at the age of nine, soon afterwards deciding that she wanted to become a classical singer. She sang and played in many ensembles throughout her time at Presbyterian Ladies' College, where she was Chorale Captain, Dux of School, and won the school Music prize in 2010.

Recent awards include winning the overall Most Outstanding Senior Vocalist award for the 2013 North of Perth Music Festival, placed first in the Classical, Art Song, Lieder, Sacred, and Recital sections. She also won first place in the Royal Over-Seas League Singing Competition in 2013, and was the 2013 winner of Edith Cowan University's Faculty of Education and the Arts medal, for the top graduating student.

Highlights of her performances at WAAPA include the role of Dido in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas (2013); Bach's Wedding Cantata, BWV 202, with WAAPA instrumentalists (2013); and works by Bellini, Haydn, and Vaughan Williams in the Songs, Sonnets, and Shakespeare concert (2014).

Later in 2014 at WAAPA, she is looking forward to performing the roles of the Sandman and the Dew Fairy in Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel; Handel's “Eternal Source of Light Divine” from Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne (HWV 74) in The Music Makers concert in St Mary's Cathedral, and as a soloist in the concerts, A Baroque Feast and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.