Tamsyn Stock-Stafford graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Music from the West Australian Conservatorium of Music in Perth.
Tamsyn has performed the roles of Barbarina in Mozartís The Marriage of Figaro, Arminda in Mozartís La Finta Giardiniera, First Lady in Mozartís The Magic Flute, , Second Sphinx in Turnageís Greek, Titania in Brittenís A Midsummer Nightís Dream, and Countess Almaviva in Mozartís The Marriage of Figaro all for the Conservatorium of Music.
Masses and oratorios performed include Beethovenís Mass in C, Mozartís Mass in C Major and Mass in C Minor, Vivaldiís Gloria, Mozartís Requiem and Handelís Messiah. She has also performed the Four Last Songs by Richard Strauss, with orchestra, and recorded various recitals for ABC Classic FM.
In 2003, Tamsyn won the Ralph Thompson Memorial Scholarship. She was then selected for the West Australian Opera Companyís Young Artist Programme for 2004, which is sponsored by the West Australian Opera Loverís Association. Subsequently Tamsyn won the Bendat Scholarship.
Last year, Tamsyn performed the soprano solo in Carl Orffís Carmina Burana for the West Australian Opera Company and the soprano solo in Mendelssohnís Midsummer Nightís Dream for the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.
Earlier this year she performed the role of the Queen of the Night in Mozartís The Magic Flute for the West Australian Opera Company. Future engagements include Frasquita in Bizetís Carmen and Anna in Verdiís Nabucco both for the West Australian Opera Company.
Most recently Tamsyn won the Australian Singing Competitionís Opera Awards which included the Britten-Pears Young Artist Program and the Glyndeborne Festival prize.