Can art save us?
Humans naturally create art in all forms. It is what defines our species. Without a creative outlet, all emotion, both joyous and traumatic, has no channel to run its course. Art, whether it be visual, musical, literary, or movement, is the ultimate form of human expression, and is our inspiration as we work out our own salvation from injustices we witness in the world.
A graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Chloe Lankshear performs as a consort artist and solo performer with some of Australia's best ensembles and companies including Song Company, South Australia State Opera, Pinchgut Opera, and The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra.
Chloe had her debut solo orchestral performance in 2018 alongside David Greco when they performed R. V. William's 'A Sea Symphony' in Canberra.
Chloe has also been a featured artist with Bach Akademie Australia, and is a permanent vocalist with St James King Street Choir.
Chloe performed her first lead role in Ensemble Polypheme's production of Handel's opera 'Acis and Galatea' as Galatea and she was part of Pinchgut Opera's debut operatic film 'A Delicate Fire' (2020).
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