New Zealand born tenor Zachary McCulloch has recently completed a Bachelor of Music from the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. In 2016 Zachary performed the role of Nanki-Poo in the Mikado with the touring company Co-Opera and the G&S Society of South Australia travelling to regional Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. He was a member of the Opera Scholars Australia 2015-2016 and was a semifinalist in the 2015 OSA Aria. Other performance highlights include performing in the Morning Melody concert series at Hamer Hall, with mezzo-soprano Suzanne Johnston; tenor soloist in the Bach Cantata Gott ist mein König and in Saint-Sæns Oratorio de Noël with the Monash Chorale. For the remainder of 2016, Zachary appeared as the tenor soloist in the Bach Coffee Cantata with La Fraternita di Solisti along side soprano Elena Xanthoudakis and Lucas de Jong, and participated in Opera Australia's production of Wagner's Gottedammerung as chorus at Melbourne's State Theatre.
Zachary has also perform the role of Frederic in the Pirates of Penzance and the tenor soloist in the Mozart Requiem with Monash Chorale, and appeared in numerous performances with the Robert Stolz Society and Liefertafel Society. In 2017 he appeared as the tenor soloist in Saint Saens Christmas Oratorio with Victoria Chorale and The Art of Sound Orchestra with Mario Dobernig.
In 2018, Zachary will appear in numerous performances such as Savoy Opera Company's production of "The Gondoliers". He will also be performing in the chorus of Citi Opera's Kashchey The Immortal at the Melbourne Recital Centre and a private recital for the Austral Salon. Zachary will also be performing in New Zealand in May with the Invercargill Symphonia alongside Soprano Rebecca Ryan.