Sophie Morris is a singer, actor and presenter who has performed to critical acclaim within New Zealand and internationally. She began singing aged 10 as Gretl in 'The Sound of Music' which sparked a love for being on the stage. Highlights include performing roles in musical theatre (incl. Sandy - Grease, Sophie - Mamma Mia), singing national anthems at many international sporting events (incl. 2020 Rugby TriNations), acting on Shortland Street, touring with groups (incl. Celtica, The Ten Tenors, Four Suits and a Soprano) performing at events around New Zealand (incl. Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park, The Silver Scroll Awards), in addition to international performances (incl. Spring Festival in Nanning, China).
"Morris’ voice is remarkably rich, with good control throughout the range"
"Sophie Morris’ performances just keep on getting better. She has an impressive voice range and stylistic range, going effortlessly from the belle canto required in Dvorak’s Rusalka’s Song to the Moon and Puccini’s O mio babbino caro to Bernstein’s soaring Somewhere, Webber’s guttural Memory and Kander and Ebb’s raunchy All That Jazz. Morris is definitely the ascendant star."
"Sophie Morris, an artist with pure clear tone, confident technique and an endearing stage manner"