b. June Mary Gough, 26 June 1929, Damaged Hill, New South Wales, Australia, d. 24 January 2005, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Acquiring piano and performing lessons from early years as a child, Bronhill earned a performing competition in 1950. Knowing that her skill needed advanced teaching the folks of her city elevated the £1, 500 it could cost to send out her abroad. In 1952 she proven her appreciation by implementing the stage name Bronhill, a contraction from the city’s name. Although of small stature, Bronhill got enormous stage existence which, allied to her bell-like coloratura soprano tone of voice, made her an extremely well-known performer. She produced her London debut in 1954 inside a Sadler’s Wells Opera Business creation of Johann Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus and in addition made an appearance in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Relationship Of Figaro. In 1958 she starred inside a creation of Franz Lehár’s The Merry Widow that brought her an amazing 20-minute ovation. Her efficiency in that display of ‘Vilja’ was constantly a showstopper. During her profession, Bronhill sang in various operas and operettas, including Lucia Di Lammermoor, The Magic Flute, The Cunning Small Vixen, Rigoletto and Don Pasquale. Furthermore to playing in her homeland and in the united kingdom, she also made an appearance in New Zealand and South Africa. For a few years she sang on BBC radio, notably in Fri Night Can be Music Night time. She also produced many records, mainly music from operettas. In Australia in 1962, she sang the part of Maria von Trapp in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II’s The Audio Of Music. In 1976 she was honored the Order from the United kingdom Empire on her behalf contributions towards the music sector. In her city a road and an auditorium are called on her behalf. She had experienced from cancers in the 80s and tinnitus steadily led to deep deafness. Her profession finished in 1993. In her last years, Bronhill also experienced from Alzheimer’s disease.