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Jeffrey Black, 2004
Jeffrey Black, 2004

Jeffrey Black (born 1962) is an Australian opera singer. He studied singing at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, and appeared in many of the operas staged by the conservatorium students and post-graduate students, including appearing in the role of Figaro, as a first year opera student, in the conservatorium's 1981 production of The Marriage of Figaro at the Basil Jones Theatre (now called the QUT Gardens Theatre).


Born in Brisbane, Black was educated at the Anglican Church Grammar School.[1] He won the Marianne Mathy Scholarship in the Australian Singing Competition in 1983 and the Armstrong-Martin Scholarship in 1985.

He made his operatic debut as a principal singer with the Australian Opera in 1984. He made his debut in the United Kingdom at Glyndebourne in 1986.[2][3]


Black has sung with the following opera companies:


Black's opera and operetta roles have included, among others, the following:

Personal life

He met his wife Janice on stage when playing Figaro in the Marriage of Figaro and she played Suzanna. They have a son and a daughter.[citation needed] Black's son has diabetes, and he has been active in fundraising in support of this cause.[4]


  1. ^ Mason, James (2011). Churchie: The Centenary Register. Brisbane, Australia: The Anglican Church Grammar School. ISBN 978-0-646-55807-3.
  2. ^ Jeffrey Black – winner of the Mathy Award in 1983
  3. ^ Jeffrey Black – Opera Australia official website
  4. ^ "Singing with diabetes in mind". article. World Diabetes Foundation. Archived from the original on 9 May 2012. Retrieved 16 May 2012.

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