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Shakespeare

Sunday 24th September 2023, 3:30pm

St Andrew's Uniting Church, Brisbane CBD

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Past Event:

An intimate semi-staged recital featuring opera and art song inspired by Shakespeare’s timeless tales. 

About this concert

William Shakespeare occupies a unique position in the world of literature. Over the past 400 years, his plays have been translated into every major living language and performed more often than those of any other playwright. Awash with references to music, these plays have been a source of inspiration for countless composers, from Purcell through to Mendelssohn and Thomas Adès.

 

In this intimate recital, join sopranos Dominique Fegan and Anna Tafani, and baritone Leon Warnock as they perform art songs and semi-staged opera excerpts inspired by Shakespeare's timeless tales. This performance will include excerpts from Verdi’s riveting Macbeth as well as Thomas’ Hamlet, Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette, and more.

Don’t miss this evening of dramatic singing by some of Australia’s finest upcoming classical voices in Shakespeare

Details

Sun 24th September, 2023 - 3:30pm

St Andrew's Uniting Church

299 Ann St, Brisbane City

65 Minutes - No Interval

English Surtitles

Accessible Venue

Program to include

Arias and ensembles from:

Verdi Macbeth

Thomas Hamlet

Gounod Roméo et Juliette

Zachary Miezio world premiere 

and more

Tickets

Adults    $47

Concession   $37 

Students/Children   $27

The artists

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Dominique Fegan 

soprano

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Anna Tafani 

soprano

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John Woods

piano

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Zachary Miezio

composer

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Leon Warnock

baritone

Listen

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Voxalis' 2023 recital series is proudly supported by 

Saint Andrew's Uniting Church

Shakespeare main image by Ronan King-Rose 

@rkrphotog

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