Opera Australia’s Melbourne Opening Night With La Bohème
Opera Australia knows opera and does it damn well. No expense is spared for each and every performance run, leaving the audience completely floored by the end of every performance and the arias’ continuation of agelessness for years to come. With the reiteration of classics such as The Pearlfishers by Bizet, The Barber of Seville by Rossini, La Boheme by Puccini and most show-stoppingly wonderful Turandot by Puccini recently on Sydney Harbour, Opera Australia’s repertoire is wide, varied and endlessly impressive.
With the purpose-built Sydney Opera House the mecca of all things operatic in Australia, the performances venture south each season to treat Melbourne with the musical magic. Kicking-off the autumn-winter season, which is in fact the Company’s 60th anniversary season recently at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, Opera Australia threw-open the doors to the season with the instalment of La Boheme. As expected, it was beyond rousing as each of the Melburnian celebrities present, left feeling quite piloerect.
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