The Song Company


The Song Company belongs to a land whose first peoples have always used songlines and vocal music to pass knowledge and culture from one generation to another. We acknowledge and respect those traditions and are honoured to work together with Indigenous creative artists as part of our artistic mission.


As Australia’s national vocal ensemble, The Song Company is an elite chamber vocal ensemble demonstrating international excellence and bringing together the country’s finest voices in innovative performances, artist development, educational outreach and collaborative music-making – unique in its stylistic diversity with repertoire spanning the 9th century to today.  Led by internationally-renowned composer and conductor, Antony Pitts as Artistic Director, The Song Company is at the forefront of scholarly early music performance, of contemporary vocal music through an extensive commissioning program begun in the late 1980s, and cross-artform collaborations with artists of the highest calibre from across Australia and around the world.

Amy Moore Soprano
Chloe Lankshear Soprano
Roberta Diamond Soprano
Jessica O'Donoghue Mezzo-soprano
Stephanie Dillon Mezzo-soprano
Dan Walker Tenor
Koen van Stade Tenor
Thomas Flint Bass

Janine Harris Mezzo-soprano
Ethan Taylor Tenor
Hayden Barrington Baritone

Francis Greep

Antony Pitts

The Song Company comprises eight Principal Artists, as well as Guest Artists from across the country who are established soloists and musical leaders in their own right, with a wider collective of Associate Artists made up of familiar and emerging voices, and at the heart, a consort of four Ensemble Artists mentored by Associate Artistic Director, Francis Greep. Together we are reshaping the professional vocal landscape in Australia for today and the next generation.

Critics have been overwhelmingly enthusiastic: "One felt that the full glory of choral singing was being revealed..."


photocredit: Jackson Raine, Melbourne, May 2021 – The Song Company in Burden of Truth with the Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne