From Broadway to La Scala

From Broadway to La Scala

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Dates

24 – 25 Nov 2017
Duration 2hrs 20mins
Interval 20

Times

Fri, 24 Nov 2017, 7:30PM
Sat, 25 Nov 2017, 7:30PM
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Prices

Premium
Adult $182.45
A Reserve
Adult $151.90
Groups 8+ (per ticket) $131.50
B Reserve
Adult $111.10
A one off service and handling fee of $8.95 applies per transaction; this is regardless of the number or value of items purchased.

Venue

Her Majesty's Theatre

Suitability

All Ages

Group Bookings

For bookings of 10+ tickets, please call BASS: 08 8205 2220 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)

An evening of glamour, passion and romance.

Due to overwhelming demand and a sell out tour in 2015, a brand new From Broadway to La Scala returns this November

Soaring with the exuberance of the great stage musicals and enriched with the passion of grand opera, From Broadway to La Scala will hit a new high note for all lovers of fine entertainment in 2017.

From Puccini to Rodgers and Hammerstein, Bizet to Gershwin and Verdi to Cole Porter, this unique concert experience will feature many of the greatest songs, arias and duets of the last two centuries, performed by four of Australia’s most highly acclaimed contemporary singers and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

Renowned for their charisma, stagecraft and musical versatility, tenor David Hobson and bass baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes will join musical theatre star Lisa McCune and the breathtaking soprano Greta Bradman to thrill audiences with a seamless blend of classical elegance and theatrical glamour.

This brand new 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. 

From Broadway To La Scala has also captivated audiences on Foxtel Arts and is now a best selling CD and DVD since its release by ABC Classics.

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Presented by Andrew McKinnon and Phil Bathols