Sylvie Humphries

Sylvie Humphries

Excited to have launched her Artist Management Agency in November 2019, Sylvie's mission with Sylvie Humphries Artists' Management is to support talented artists by maintaining contact with theaters to secure freelance or fixed contracts.  Key values that Sylvie strives to adopt in her communication with both artists and institutions are the pursuit of musical and creative excellence as well as integrity and transparency.


Artist Manager, Sylvie Humphries, holds citizenships from the UK, France and Australia. She speaks fluent English, French and German. Receiving the prestigious Oxfordshire Frances Kitching Music Award at 18 years old as well as Grade 8 Distinction in the ABRSM singing exam, Sylvie pursued a career as an operatic soloist for 10 years. She also achieved distinction in Grade 5 theory and piano, and holds a European Baccalaureate with an 80% average and 90% in advanced music. Sylvie has a Bachelor of Music Performance and Advanced Diploma of Music from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. She was a recipient of several music scholarships notably the Helpmann Foundation scholarship.  Sylvie was a finalist in the Opera Foundation for Young Australian's New York award and won the prize to attend the AIMS 

summer program in Graz, Austria. 

Sylvie received a full scholarship for her Masters in Opera in Switzerland completed with “mention très bien” from Bern University of the Arts (2015-2017). During this time she was a member of the Swiss Opera Studio where she was contracted during the 2016-2017 at Theater Orchester Biel Solothurn (TOBS) as Celia in Mozart’s Lucio Silla. Sylvie also “jumped in” for the same role of Celia for Theater Basel in their 2016-2017 season. Other notable performances include the title role of Donizetti’s Rita with TOBS, Elsie Maynard with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Gilbert & Sullivan’s Yeoman of the Guard and Frasquita in Bizet’s Carmen with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs both in the Sydney Opera House. She also performed the French national anthem La Marseillaise for the Président de la République François Hollande at the Sydney Opera House during a presidential visit to Australia.

Sylvie also works as Travel and Administrative in Switzerland. She remains passionate about opera and devoted to the arts and promoting culture.