Following two sold-out tours, From Broadway to La Scala returns with a bigger and even more exciting line up.
Soaring with the exuberance of the great stage musicals and enriched with the passion of grand opera, From Broadway to La Scala has become one of the most popular orchestral concerts on the entertainment calendar.
From Puccini to Rodgers and Hammerstein, Bizet to Gershwin, Verdi to Cole Porter, Bernstein and Andrew Lloyd Webber, this bi-annual concert event is renowned for its world-class presentation of the greatest songs, arias and duets of the last two centuries.
From Broadway To La Scala will be performed by six of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary singers including the magnificent award winning lyric coloratura soprano Emma Matthews, greatly loved tenor David Hobson, acclaimed bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes, West End/Broadway star Caroline O’Connor and the brilliant young Australian tenor Alexander Lewis, who has been impressing audiences as Count Danilo in The Merry Widow for Opera Australia, The West Australian Opera and the State Opera of South Australia.
They will be joined by emerging artist Genevieve Kingsford, who made her debut as Fiona in Brigadoon and was nominated for best Leading Actress in a Musical at the Greenroom Awards.
Backed by Australia’s finest orchestras, From Broadway to La Scala will transport audiences with a richly entwined repertoire of all time classics, drawn from two of the world’s most enduringly popular musical genres.
There is no doubt this will be the finest From Broadway to La Scala yet.
Group 6+ Discount for Premium and A-Reserve
Purchase 6 or more Premium Standard tickets or A-Reserve in the one transaction and receive a discount.
Under 2 years admitted free of charge, however must not occupy a seat.
RUNNING TIMES & PROGRAMME
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Second Half 8:50pm
*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
A 'Grab and Go' menu will be available pre-show at this event.
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Presented by Andrew McKinnon & Phil Bathos