Noosa Chorale and Noosa Sinfonia conducted by Adrian King
Starring Ten Tenors Member, David Kidd, and
Dame Joan Sutherland Scholarship Winner, Georgia Hawes
Ten Tenors Member, David Kidd, will sing the tenor roles when Noosa Chorale presents 'The Magic of Mozart' at 3pm on Sunday 3 October in the Bicentennial Hall. The program is a gorgeous mix of Mozart at his graceful, delicate best - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - and his most dramatically powerful - The Requiem. Two other gems put the icing on the cake -- Ave Verum and Regina Coeli.
As a member of The Ten Tenors from 1998 to 2007, David Kidd, performed around the country as well as overseas. In 2002 he received the Centenary Medal for Outstanding Contribution to the Australian Music Industry. David has recorded on albums totalling over 1.3 million sales worldwide.
His career highlights with the Tenors include recording at Abbey Road and Sir George Martin's Air Studios, being a guest at the 2005 Emmy Awards in The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and singing with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in Royal Albert Hall
For Opera Queensland David has played the Prince of Persia in Turandot, Raoul de St. Brioche in the Merry Widow and toured as iconic Australian tenor Donald Smith in Waltzing Our Matilda.
David will be joined by three other soloists, baritone, Ryan Farrell, soprano, Jennifer Turnbull and mezzo soprano, Georgia Hawes. Georgia won the Dame Joan Sutherland Scholarship and People's Choice Award in Noosa in 2005 and has gone on to win other awards including a 2009 Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship, to study with leading international experts in the field of operatic/vocal interpretation and performance.
The magic of Mozart is that his music becomes fresher the more often you hear it. Call it magical or miraculous, Mozart also envisaged his compositions complete and perfectly formed in his mind, compositions which marry passion with flawless musical forms expressed with ease and grace.
Fresh from his triumph of a prolonged standing ovation for the St Matthew Passion, Conductor, Adrian King, will now delight Noosa audiences with this Mozart feast.
For an afternoon of stunningly beautiful music, book now for The Magic of Mozart.
The Magic of Mozart
3pm, 3 October, Bicentennial Hall, Sunshine Beach
Tickets are $28, conc $25, school students $12. Bookings 5447 4561 or at Collins Booksellers, Noosa Civic; Written Dimension Bookshop, The Junction; River Read, Thomas Street, Noosaville; Annie's Books, Peregian and Possums Books and Coffee, Cooroy.
Noosa Chorale greatly appreciates the continuing support of the Bendigo Community Banks for its concerts.
Magic of Mozart Coast News Giveaway:
Congratulations to Kate of Minyama who was lucky enough to be the 'Coast News' member to score the pair of tickets to an afternoon of stunningly beautiful music featuring the Noosa Chorale and Noosa Sinfonia conducted by Adrian King, Starring Ten Tenors Member, David Kidd, and Dame Joan Sutherland Scholarship Winner, Georgia Hawes. There are still a few tickets left to this very special event, so get in quickly!
Bicentennial Hall, Sunshine Beach
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