Judith Dodsworth is regarded as one of Australia’s leading exponents of contemporary classical vocal music, although her repertoire spans baroque through to experimental, in opera, oratorio, chamber and concert music. Operatic roles include Carmen (Oz Opera), Greta in Metamorphosis (Victorian Opera), Sophie in From A Black Sky and the soprano leads in Opiume (Singapore and Hong Kong festivals) and A Drone Opera (Experimenta).


She sang the role of Clara in Gordon Kerry’s Midnight Son for Victorian Opera with less than twenty-four hours’ notice, and did the same as the Secretary in Menotti’s The Consul. With Syzygy Ensemble she performed Peter Maxwell Davies’ one-woman opera Miss Donnithorne’s Maggot. She has participated in numerous premieres, performances, recordings and workshops of works by established and emerging composers, including Cat Hope’s new experimental opera Speechless and Victorian Opera’s recent Three Tales workshop.


She is delighted to be part of Homophonic and especially delighted to have an
opportunity to perform Moya Henderson’s Stubble.