Thomas Friberg began singing early within the St George's Cathedral Boys Choir. Soon after finishing Tertiary Entrance Music with a flawless final performance score, He joined the WA Opera chorus in 2012. Thomas has studied a year in London, singing as a soloist with the Kings College London Opera Society, The Oxford Bach Choir, the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and The Rodolfus Choir and since then has completed his degrees in Physics and Mechanical Engineering in 2014. In Perth, Thomas sings solo performances with Orchestras and choral societies such as The MetSO, SSSO, PUCS, UWACS, Perth Symphonic Chorus and with choirs such as the St George's Cathedral Choir and Consort and The Giovanni Consort. Thomas serves as Treasurer of Operabox and The Giovanni Consort and enjoys creating more opportunities for new singers in WA. Some roles include: Lord Rochefort (Anna Bolena), Soldier (Barber of Seville), Father (Hansel & Gretel), Sparafucile/Monterone (Rigoletto), Guglielmo (Cosi Fan Tutte) and Figaro (Marriage of Figaro). More performance history on the Concerts page.

New Concert Announcements

  • Bach to Bacharach with the Giovanni Quartet 3pm, 18th November 2018, The Orangery Gallery, Shenton Park, PerthA top level quartet take on a program spanning many centuries.
    Posted 20 Jul 2019, 22:18 by Thomas Friberg
  • Rachmaninoff vespers with St Goerge's Catheral Choir Thursday 15 November 2018, St George's Cathedral, PerthFrom the concert hall website:Held in the sublime setting of Perth’s Gothic Revival Cathedral, this concert features the beautiful ...
    Posted 21 Nov 2018, 05:04 by Thomas Friberg
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Recent Site Updates

  • A sold out Merry Widow The public has spoken and what a great swell of support we've seen for the Merry Widow. With glowing reviews and the last two shows selling out completely, this ...
    Posted 22 Jul 2017, 22:23 by Thomas Friberg
  • Sharing the stage with the Rolling Stones in Perth After having to keep it quiet for so long, it's nice to be able to finally spread the news of my recent time on stage with The Rolling Stones ...
    Posted 13 Nov 2014, 04:42 by Thomas Friberg
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