Australia’s most glamorous pop-opera group, Vincerò!Vincerò! are Soprano Rada Tochalna, Tenor Lino Del Giudice and Mezzo Soprano Lynlee Williams.
Vincerò!Vincerò! perform opera like you’ve never heard before, propelling renowned operatic arias into the 21st century with modern style and sophistication.
Music has the power to transport us to another time and place. Vincerò!Vincerò! Operatic Pop Trio loves to harness that power with a broad audience of fellow music lovers and passionate musicians alike. Ever since a young age, Vincerò!Vincerò! Operatic Pop Trio has found great joy and satisfaction by being involved in the creative music process. Take a look around the site to get to know more about
Vincerò!Vincerò! Operatic Pop Trio.
Lino Giudice is a tenor who has been performing for nearly 20 years. He began as a singing waiter before being classically trained since 2004 at the Ciccone Academy of Music.
Inspired at a young age by Mario Lanza, Lino was further captivated during his childhood watching his great uncle perform who was also tenor. Born to 1st generation Italians, he also loves to sing Neapolitan and other regional Italian songs.
Lino’s passion for music and performing is all about sharing an intimate and fun experience with his audiences. He regularly MCs and performs at events and tailor makes the content to create the personal experience desired by the host. His entertainment ranges from large corporate events to intimate private events as well as restaurant theme nights.
Voci Classiche is an Operatic Quartet and Lino organised their first public event in 2003. He performed on and off with the group over many years and has since been a permanent member over the past two years.
Lynlee Williams has a Bachelor of Music Education and Diplomas in “Classical Voice Performance” from Sydney Conservatorium (A.mus.A), Trinity College, London (ATCL) and the Victorian College of the Arts (Grad. Diploma of Opera). She has been a part of the Opera Australia Melbourne chorus since 1997 and part of the Victorian Opera chorus since 2005. Lynlee has performed principle roles in productions of the opera “Carmen”, “Cosi fan Tutte”, “Rigoletto”, “La Traviata” and “Gianni Schicchi”. She has won awards in England for her performances in Gilbert & Sullivan operas such as “Patience”, “Iolanthe” and “Yeomen of the Guard”. She is a regular mezzo-soprano soloist for choirs and orchestras in and around Melbourne in major classical works such as the “Messiah”, Verdi’s & Mozart’s Requiem and many works from the “Church Mass” repertoire. She has entertained restaurant and corporate audiences, with her operatic ensemble, for the last 15 years.
Melbourne based soprano, Rada Tochalna was born in Sevastopol where she began her musical career as a pianist. Rada has appeared in numerous operatic roles, including Caroline, Constance, Amor, Fairy Godmother, Foreign Woman and the First Lady. Rada has sung the role of Micaëla and the role of Violetta Valéry for the BK Opera.
Rada is the recipient of the Henkell Family Young Artist Fellowship at The Opera Studio Melbourne and the Alice Amy McDonald Trust Travelling Fellowship. She is a regular soloist with the Melbourne Classic Orchestra, The Melbourne Musicians and Preston Symphony Orchestra. She was a guest artist at the Spring Street Beat at the Parliament House, Nagambie Lakes Opera, the Melbourne East Arts Festival and White Night this year in Melbourne. Rada performed on such stages like Palace “Ukraine”, Her Majesty`s and Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne and Wesley Music Centre in Canberra.
“This is opera like you’ve never heard before. The greatest operatic arias are propelled into the 21st century with modern style and sophistication.”
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia