Fleur Millar holds a BMUS Performance, Voice, Victorian College of the Arts, a BA, Drama/Art History, A.N.U receiving a post-graduate grant, YMF, to study with Raymond Connell, London, teaching, performing and furthering her studies in Europe. Returning to Canberra Fleur sang the lead in Capital, Canberra Street Theatre: Caroline Stacey Director, David Kram Conductor. Companies include Bloomsbury Opera, London, and Oz Opera with conductor Richard Gill.
Solo recitals include Art Song Canberra, Lieder Society Melbourne. Performances in Master class include Kord Garben, Goethe Institute. In Cabaret Fleur’s performed for; Adelaide Fringe Festival, Teatro Vivaldi’s, Gasworks Melbourne, Butterfly Club and La Mama, Melbourne Fringe Festival. Fleur creates theatrical vocal events, a National Portrait Gallery Canberra Centenary recital a highlight.
Studies with pedagogues include Steven Grant (Head of Voice University Melbourne, Feldenkrais Practitioner) Di Bresciani (piano) and Natalia Afeyan. Her commitment to music education is wide-ranging; developing voices from Melbourne Girls Grammar, Geelong Grammar, All Saints London, assisting with YMF master-classes with international artists such as Piers Lane, producing, conducting, singing in sell out concerts, including for the Tuggeranong Arts Centre (Head of Community Music) with groups including Stopera, and Sing Australia (conductor 2009-15) and a music studio of over twenty years where she teaches Bel Canto technique with holistic vocal production, the breath flow a central factor in producing a beautiful voice, ensuring each student talent’s expressed.
Her students have outstanding results, receiving top marks in AMEB exams, entrance to tertiary/pre tertiary music Institutions. Board Membership; ANATS, ANE.