On Australia Day 2013 Louise was awarded an OAM for services to the performing arts.

” Page has a voice of notable beauty which is underlined by the expressive understanding she brings to everything she sings…” W.L Hoffmann, Canberra Times.

“Louise Page joined the orchestra to sing the Four Last Songs by Strauss and the Liebestod by Richard Wagner.  The entire audience was swept into some heavenly sphere as Louise Page poured her soul and her spirit into sounds which rose to incredible heights of passion and love – sounds which poured like streams of gold from a spirit that transcended earth, time and the mundane.”  (Canberra International Music Festival 2010) – Wendy Brazil Artsound FM May 29th 6pm.

“Standout performances were Louise Page’s spellbinding Willow Willow by Grainger, the Goldner Quartet and Danny Driver….These were superb.” – Gillian Wills, Townsville Bulletin (2011 Australian Festival of Chamber Music).

“With a sublime voice, assured technique and great musical intelligence, soprano Louise Page gave a transcendent performance of the Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde.” -Alistair Noble, The Australian, May 20th 2013.

Upcoming Performances

Saturday April 29th 2017, 2.30pm
Shostakovich’ Seven Romances on poems by Alexander Blok
Canberra International Music Festival
Concert no. 2
The Fitter’s Workshop, Kingston ACT

Sunday May 21st 2017, 3pm  
Wesley Music Centre, Forrest ACT
The Voice of Heroic Love
Louise Page, Rachel  Best Allen (clarinet), Phillipa Candy (piano)
in recital for Art Song Canberra