Australian/American soprano Amy Manford first performed the role of ‘Christine Daaé’ in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original production of The Phantom of the Opera on the West End in 2018 before reprising the role to great acclaim in the Australian tour of The Phantom of the Opera at The Sydney Opera House and the Victorian Arts Centre in 2022/23. Amy also performed with Andrea Bocelli for his Australian tour in October 2022 and has continued to tour the US and Europe with him in 2023.
Prior to her West End debut, Amy had performed internationally as a soloist with some of the worlds leading Symphony Orchestras at iconic concert venues such as The Seoul Arts Centre, The John Sutherland Theatre, and at Buckingham Palace for the Prince of Wales. She was especially honoured to sing the Australian Anthem for HRH Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle for the 2018 Anzac Day Memorial Service in London. Amy was also honoured to sing the National Anthem again for the 2021 AFL Grand Final.
In 2023 Amy starred in Australia’s first tour of Disney in Concert, to high acclaim. Later that same year, she won The Creative of the Year Award at the Marie Claire Women of the Year Awards.
Amy has graduated with a Master of Performance from the Royal College of Music in London and a Bachelor of Music from The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in her hometown, Perth.
A diverse performer, Amy also has a unique history competing at the Australian national championships for both rhythmic gymnastics and pole vaulting.