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Date: Saturday 31 August 2019
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At Mangrove Hotel, Broome
Cost: General Seating: $79 : Premium Seating (reserved Area): $165 : Deck Bayside & Verandah Upstairs Tables (limited)
OPERA UNDER THE STARS®
Event Date: Saturday 31 August
Event Time: 8:00pm
Event Cost: General Seating: $79 : Premium Seating (reserved Area): $165 : Deck Bayside & Verandah Upstairs Tables (limited) - see website for details.
Featuring acclaimed international opera star, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, OPERA UNDER THE STARS(r) will be bursting with breathtaking music from the world of opera and beyond to delight and entertain you.
Joining Teddy Tahu Rhodes on stage are the fabulous Georgia Wilkinson and Bronwyn Douglass with consummate pianist Phoebe Briggs - the combined mastery of these stellar performers will enchant you for One Night Only in beautiful Broome. Presented in the lush, tropical gardens of Mangrove Hotel overlooking the crystal waters of Broome's iconic Roebuck Bay, OPERA UNDER THE STARS(r) is the perfect occasion for everyone, whether opera lover or opera novice, to dust of your finery or dress Kimberley casual for a fantastic night out!
Director: Mary-Attracta Connolly
Technical Director: Michael G. Connolly
Premier highlight of the Kimberley Cultural Events Calendar, this fantastic evening of entertainment is for everyone. Plus, it’s simply the perfect occasion to dust off your finery or dress Kimberley casual for a unique Opera experience!
Since its beginnings OPERA UNDER THE STARS® has enjoyed a strong connection with the wonderful music of Broome and especially the music of Broome musician, composer and playwright, Jimmy Chi, of Bran Nue Dae and Corrugation Road fame. Selections of Chi's songs have been featured at OPERA UNDER THE STARS® every year since 1993 with Town By The Bay, from Bran Nue Dae, has become a special favourite with the OPERA UNDER THE STARS® audience.
OPERA UNDER THE STARS® was endorsed as an Event of Excellence by Tourism Council Australia via the Western Australian Tourism Awards having been announced as the 1999 Winner and 2000 Finalist in the Significant Regional Festivals & Special Events category, as well as being a 1999 Finalist in the Australian Tourism Awards.