Meera Belle

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"Meera has that special something all performers strive for but only a few are born with - so graceful, yet so accessible and warm you can't help but be captivated..." Greg Scott, UK violinist.

Meera has long established a reputation as a performer of elegance and presence.

Dubbed The Ruby Voice by her first teacher, she was offered a place at the Royal Northern College of Music in which she debuted at the UK premiere of seminal Dutch composer Louis Andriesson’s ‘Die Materie’, capturing the attention of the composer himself.

After hearing her mezzo solo in  ‘The Sword and The Crown’ (Gregson), conductor Nicholas Childs asked her to record with the world famous Black Dyke Brass band to critical acclaim:

“…..a stunning recording…”, John Maines, British Bandsman.

She made her Royal Albert Hall debut at the World Premiere of ‘An Age Of Kings’ and then her Welsh debut in St David’s Hall, Cardiff.

Meera has since created the roles of The Diva and The Angel for daring outdoor spectacular ‘Albatross’, braving several thousand pounds worth of fireworks exploding directly behind her. ‘Albatross’, a multi-media show based on ‘The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner’,  was a highlight at the 2004 Glastonbury Festival.  She was also the featured soloist at Manchester’s inaugural Last Night of The Proms.

Meera debuted the lead role of Isabella in the world premiere of ‘Isabella And The Pot Of Basil’ in Covent Garden, January 2005.  Following her first contract in 2004 as Featured Vocalist aboard the QE2 cruise liner and she was invited back immediately for the 2005 World Cruise (Voyage of  Discovery), during which she reprised her highly successful “Viva Diva” Show with fellow soprano Ellen Smith in 2006.

Meera appeared as the Botticelli ‘Venus’ in a new outdoor mini-opera performed at UK’s largest arts festival, Brighton, and at the annual Garden of Delights Festival in Manchester where she arose from the shell suspended in a lake. 

Meera's work is deliberately diverse spanning concert/opera/music theatre/straight theatre/street theatre/pop/jazz and she has also recorded several dance singles with UK producers Force Four.

Since her return to Sydney, she has coached with cabaret legend Paula Langlands, former NIDA Head Of Voice Tim Patston and Patricia Oertel. As well as performing her own shows, she has been working with blues exponent The John Hardaker Direction and has teamed up with John to perform in BossaBaby - a sexy latin twist on old rock and pop classics - check the Audio Page for recordings!

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