Young opera cast on stage performing in formal attire

Pacific Opera Studio's Young Artists present Mozart's timeless tales...

  • Where

    Theatre

  • When

    29 August 2024
    at 7:30pm to 9:30pm

  • Cost

    $35 - $65
  • Contact

    Pacific Opera Studio

    Website

    0426678029

These Pocket Opera performances provide an engaging and memorable experience for opera enthusiasts and newcomers alike. Our Young Artists showcase their exceptional training and hard work, breathing new life into Mozart’s timeless works, The Impresario and Le Nozze di Figaro.

A captivating, youthful and hilarious night of opera awaits...

Pacific Opera Studio Presents 'The Impresario & Le Nozze di Figaro'

Experience the timeless elegance of Mozart's operatic masterpieces as performed by the Pacific Opera Studio young artists. Join us for an unforgettable evening featuring "Le Nozze di Figaro" and "The Impresario," two gems of classical opera that continue to captivate audiences worldwide.

In "Le Nozze di Figaro," witness the intricate web of love, jealousy, and mistaken identities unfold with exquisite vocal performances. Follow the charming Figaro and Susanna as they navigate through comedic and dramatic twists, all set to Mozart's sublime music.

Meanwhile, "The Impresario" offers a delightful comedic interlude, taking you behind the scenes of opera production itself. Laugh along as two rival sopranos vie for the spotlight under the sharp direction of a savvy impresario, all underscored by Mozart's playful melodies and satirical wit.

Presented by a vibrant cast of emerging talents, this production promises not only exceptional vocal prowess but also a fresh perspective on these beloved works – perfect for both longtime opera enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

Don't miss this opportunity to experience the beauty and brilliance of Mozart's operatic genius with Australia’s future opera stars.

Join us for an evening of music, drama, and unforgettable storytelling as we celebrate the enduring magic of "Le Nozze di Figaro" and "The Impresario."

About the Creative Team

Peter Coleman-Wright AO, Co-Artistic Director

Australian Peter Coleman-Wright AO is widely considered one of the most versatile singers in the world today. His career has taken him to the great opera houses and concert halls of the world, most notably with Royal Opera Covent Garden, the Met in New York, ENO, and Paris collaborating with world-class conductors and directors.

Cheryl Barker AO, Co-Artistic Director
Cheryl Barker AO has established a distinguished Operatic Career throughout the UK, Europe, USA and Australasia.

Her many roles have included the title roles in Jenufa, Tosca, Suor Angelica, Madama Butterfly (Mo Award performer of the year), Manon Lescaut, Rusalka, Arabella and Salome (both for which she won green room and Helpmann awards), Adrianna Lecouvreur, Francesca di Rimmini, Hanna Glawari in Die Lustige Witwe, Katya Kabanova, Maria Stuarda.

Cheryl was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in the 2015 Queen’s Birthday Honours and also holds an Honorary doctorate of Music conferred by the Melbourne University.

Bradley Gilchrist, Music Director

Bradley Gilchrist completed a Bachelor of Music at the WA Conservatorium of Music, and post-graduate studies in accompaniment and piano performance in Sydney and Madrid.

Bradley has numerous concerto performances to his name including the Khachaturian Concerto with the WA Symphony Orchestra, the Grieg Concerto with the Slovakia Philharmonic Orchestra and Beethoven’s First and Second Concertos with the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra. Bradley has given solo and chamber music recitals across Australia and in South Korea, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom.

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