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The Auck­land Phil­harthe ex­cep­tional He­len mo­nia Orches­tra all but Med­lyn dis­play her daz­dares its au­di­ence to sit zling mezzo-so­prano still when it takes the voice as she per­forms a stage to cel­e­brate one col­lec­tion of Noel Cowof world’s great­est muard favourites, in­cludsic oc­ca­sions: The Last ing Mad About the Boy Night of the Proms. and He Never Did That

This fes­tive Bri­tish to Me. Mean­while, the in­sti­tu­tion, known for show-stop­ping aria Let its out­landish Union the Bright Seraphim Jack-in­spired out­fits, fea­tures the so­prano of ir­rev­er­ent be­hav­iour New Zealand’s ris­ing and ex­cep­tional mu­sis­tar Anna Leese. cal high­lights from the Au­di­ences at Last classical and not-so-clasNight of the Proms are sical reper­toire, will be fur­ther en­cour­aged to recre­ated in all its glory for­get the tra­di­tional at the Aotea Cen­tre on deco­rum of the con­cert Satur­day Au­gust 30, hall as they raise their with the show start­ing voice in song to the rousat 7.30pm. ing num­bers Rule, Bri-

The con­cert will see tan­nia!, Jerusalem and El­gar’s Land of Hope and Glory. The con­cert presents the per­fect evening of en­ter­tain­ment for the en­tire fam­ily, or as an op­por­tu­nity to get to­gether a group of friends.

“From the first note to the last, this con­cert will show Auck­land au­di­ences that classical mu­si­cians know how to party,” says APO CEO Bar­bara Glaser. “To bor­row from an­other Bri­tish in­sti­tu­tion, this con­cert is go­ing to be Ab­so­lutely Fab­u­lous!”

Tick­ets to Last Night of the Proms are avail­able from Tick­etek.

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