Classic opera beckons
JOIN a magnificent local and international cast for Opera Australia’s revival of much-loved comedy The Barber of Seville this summer at Sydney Opera House.
Great voices and high spirits play among a marvellous set of cartoonish proportions inspired by 1920s silent films.
Featuring Paul Bordogna and Anna Dowsley, artistic director at Opera Australia Lyndon Terracini said, “The results will be electric.”
Celebrating 200 years since it was first performed, Rossini’s opera is as playful and enjoyable as ever - suitable for seasoned opera goers and first timers alike.
Tickets are on sale now at opera.org.au.
We have 40 A-Reserve double passes to give away to see The Barber of Seville on Wednesday, February 17, at 7.30pm.
To enter, go to newslocal. com.au and click on the competitions tab.
Select The Barber of Seville, complete the form and follow the prompts to submit your entry.
There is a limit of one entry per person.
The competition closes at 5pm on Monday, February 1, and winners will be drawn on February 2, announced on the competition page on February 3, and notified by email.