Australian Soprano, Janet Todd is no stranger to POP having performed this season as Ippolita in the US premier of Ercole S'ul Termodonte and reprising the role of Mimi in La Boheme AKA 'The Hipsters' AKA 'La Brew-heme'. With POP she also starred in the 2019 bilingual Japanese/English production of Madama Butterfly as Cio Cio San as well as YumYum in POP's 2019 production of The Mikado. Janet is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music. During her time in the US she has performed with companies across the country, including Los Angeles Opera, Opera Santa Barbara, Opera Columbus, Pacific Opera Project, Washington Concert Opera, and New York Opera Projects. She has also been involved in many concert and new music works across the country. Janet’s career began in her hometown, Melbourne, Australia with Victorian Opera, where she made her debut as Pamina in The Magic Flute. With VO, she also performed Liesgen in Bach’s Coffee Cantata, and Prince Charming in Richard Gill’s Cinderella. With Opera Australia, Janet reprised the role of Pamina. She joined two tours with Opera Australia as ‘Zerlina’ and ‘Donna Elvira’ in Don Giovanni. Janet has enjoyed performing with Sydney’s Pinchgut Opera as ‘Miss Hawk’ in Salieri’s The Chimney Sweep and ‘Zelmira’ in Haydn’s Armida. Janet has also performed as a soprano soloist with The Australian Ballet, Sydney Philharmonia, Perth Symphonic Choir and Baroque Orchestra, Canberra Choral Society, as well as other organisations throughout Australia. Janet is a current member of the Los Angeles Opera Chorus.