Tenor re­turns to Perth Hills

Avon Valley Gazette - - FRONT PAGE -

WORLD- class tenor and for­mer Mazenod Col­lege stu­dent Aldo Di Toro will per­form with the school’s jazz band for One En­chanted Evening on Oc­to­ber 1 at the Kalamunda Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre.

Orig­i­nally grow­ing up in Les­mur­die, Di Toro has taken his love of singing to the ul­ti­mate level since he grad­u­ated from the WA Con­ser­va­to­rium of Mu­sic and made his de­but as Oronte in Al­cina for the WA Opera at the Fes­ti­val of Perth.

Although Di Toro now lives in Italy, he re­turns to his home­land reg­u­larly for opera per­for­mances.

He has sung with all the ma­jor opera com­pa­nies in Aus­tralia, mak­ing his Opera Aus­tralia de­but in 2007 singing Al­fredo ( La travi­ata), a role he has sub­se­quently re­peated for the com­pany.

One En­chanted Evening will fea­ture a di­verse reper­toire from opera to jazz, con­tem­po­rary to mu­si­cal the­atre, with sur­prise guest per­for­mances along the way.

To book, go to www. try book­ing. com/ RSQA.

Guide Dogs Aus­tralia na­tional man­ager Sacha Koltun with guide dog Daisy.

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