Sascha Kelly is a singer, conductor, arts administrator and broadcaster. Most recently, Sascha has devised and starred in ‘Moneypenny: A James Bond Cabaret’, and completed a sold-out season in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe Festival, following equally successful runs in Melbourne in 2017.

As a conductor, Sascha has worked with Griffith Chamber Players, the Monash Wind Ensemble, XL Arts, and the Melbourne Metropolitan Sinfonietta, and with the latter conducted over a dozen world premieres.

Since 2012, Sascha has been broadcasting weekly on the MBS networks, and is currently the presenter of Music in Melbourne on 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. She also hosts the podcast ‘Bach to Basics: What you’ve always wanted to know about classical music’ with Adam Branson.

In 2018 she won a Creative Victoria grant for the ‘Abbotsford Mysteries Project’ will be collaborating with Melbourne composer Andrew Aronowicz, poet Patricia Sykes, contralto Liane Keegan and new music ensemble Plexus.