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Narelle evans

After graduating with a Bachelor of Music from the Tasmanian Conservatorium, Narelle moved to Sydney in 2000.  Theatre credits include ‘Les Miserables’ (Cossette), ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ (Mabel) and ‘Dido and Aneas’ (Dido).  Narelle has been guest artist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and is a twice nominated ACE Award artist. Over sixteen years Narelle toured with “Sounds Baroque” performing opera throughout Australia for Musica Viva In Schools. Narelle spent 8 years fronting Sydney swing band ‘The Jivebombers’, sang with husband, guitarist Jack Evans in ‘The Spyders’ and produced “The Rockabilly Women Show’ with her current band ‘Narelle Evans & the Jetbacks’. 2019 credits include ‘Classic Country’, ‘The Songs of James Taylor & Carole King’ ‘The Songs of Steely Dan’ and ‘The Swinging Sixties Show’.  Joining ‘Davey T and the Aces’ in 2018 gave Narelle the opportunity to indulge her passion for harmonising. A future with ‘Company B’ looks bright!

David hidden

David is equally happy singing in the opera house or on the concert platform; on an airfield or in a subterranean cellar; in a circus tent or in the pub. Having had a life long love affair with jazz. His formative years were spent playing the saxophone, and he was introduced to the intricate harmonies of vocalese on his father's knee, listening to Lambert, Hendricks and Ross classics.
David started singing during his time at university and went on to graduate from  the Advanced Diploma of Opera at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2011. 

He performs regularly with Opera Australia Chorus. Recent highlights include Barry Kosky's vivacious production of The Noseby Shostakovic and OA's first 'digital' production, Aida. 

David has sung with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Sydney University Graduate Choir, Canberra Symphony, Penrith Symphony, Willoughby Symphony and the Australia Ensemble. He has also appeared with the Pinchgut Opera, Musica Viva, Opera Bites, Cantillation, and The Song Company. 


Anna has been performing for as long as she can remember. As a young adult she was soloist, dancer and flautist for Newcastle's Waratah Girls Choir. On moving to Sydney she joined the Sydney University Symphony Orchestra. Later she became involved in Sydney's musical theatre scene, a regular with Willoughby Theatre Company and Manly Musical Society. 

Her heart, however, lies in singing to our veterans, a journey she began in 2013 when she formed Davey T and the Aces for Temora Aviation Museums Warbirds Downunder. In 2014 she was guest soloist for the Young Arts Council History of War concert series. Anna is the 'go to' anthem girl for the Pittwater RSL Subbranch Anzac Day and Remembrance Day services. By day Anna is museum curator and historian who serves in the Royal Australian Air Force Reserve. She has a PhD in museology and RAAF history.

Anna is honoured to be a part of this new journey with Company B!

Alexandra MARIA

Alexandra began performing as a tiny tot at the Jonny Young Talent School in Sydney before being hoisted to the clean air and rolling hills of the New England where she spent her childhood before returning to Sydney, some years later, to commence her university studies. She has performed in a number of musical theatre and oratorio productions, as well as several “Proms” style shows. Alexandra has sung with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Collegium Musicum Choir and the UNSW the Burgundian Consort chamber singers.  

More recently, Alexandra has focused on performing liturgical music and has sung in many of Sydney’s magnificent churches. She has a keen passion in supporting Australia’s war veteran community and regularly performs at memorial events for various Sydney based RSL clubs and veteran associations.


Company B would like to wish former member Melanie Pells all the best in her new music career. You can keep up to date with Melanie's latest news here, 

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