Shaula Salathe began her musical career at the age of five. By the time she was eight she was succesfully performing concerts as a pianist and competing in national cometitions as a dancer. Shaula was soon receiving many awards as a classical singer, becoming on of the youngest singers to join the ranks of the Victoria State Opera, performing in Aida and Beauty and the beast. A music graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Shaula has been employed as a singer in Australia, Europe and the UK, and as cabaret-singer and pianist in Japan. She was awarded the Melba Conservatorium Scholarship in 1993. Shaula has composed music for film and choirs , and performs voice-overs for commercials and the animated feature, Books of Summoning. Shaula toured with Morning Melodies throughout New Soulth Wales and Queensland, and in 1994 won the Camberwell Aria Competition. Shaula was a member of the recent Australian production of Hello Dolly.