Justice Jones is a 21 year old soprano from Sydney, Australia. She has just completed her undergraduate music degree at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where she majored in vocal performance under the guidance of Dr Narelle Yeo.
Although still young, Justice has grown up on the stage, taking part in professional musical theatre and opera chorus work from the tender age of 9. Her favourite theatre roles to date are Tuptim – The King and I , Hodel – Fiddler on The Roof and Maria – West Side Story. Justice first studied singing with her opera singer grandmother and after a particularly memorable children’s chorus experience performing in Opera Australia’s Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, she knew that this was the career she wanted.
She was a recipient of a full scholarship at two leading Australian performing arts schools and has had the opportunity to take part in master classes with respected local and international coaches.
Justice is a well-rounded performer and has a keen interest in acting. She received a 100% scholarship to study the Meisner technique under the guidance of the renowned teachers at Billy Milionis’ studio – The Actors Pulse. She was then granted the opportunity to study intensive workshops in screen acting at Sydney’s Screenwise studio as well as the respected, National Institute of Dramatic Arts.
She has performed both as a young soloist and chorus member in Sydney’s most prestigious concert locations, including; Sydney Opera House, Angel Place, Sydney Town Hall and The Domain.
Her classical repertoire spans over 5 languages and covers works from the late 16th to 21st century. She currently studies with the internationally renowned Armenian soprano Arax Mansourian. Justice Jones is excited to make her operatic debut this summer in the role of Barbarina during the 2018 Mediterranean Opera Festival.