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City Recital Hall

Figaro for Winds - Australian National Academy of Music

Where
City Recital Hall
City Recital Hall
2-12 Angel Place, Sydney NSW 2000
2 Angel Place, Sydney
When

Thursday 25 March from 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Cost

Adult: $19.00

A surprising and delightful way to experience one of the most sublime operas of all time, this concert features Mozart’s immortal music from The Marriage of Figaro transformed into a beguiling work for wind ensemble.

The superb playing of musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), led by former ANAM Artistic Director Nick Deutsch, will be enhanced by the narration of actor Bethany Simons, whose vivid stage presence will ensure you always know which of Figaro’s many adventures the music is illustrating.

We are a Covid-safe venue. See more information on our website.

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