The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - FRONT PAGE -

Hua Niao, from the In­do­chine se­ries by Sa­man­tha Ever­ton, part of the Head On Photo Fes­ti­val. Ital­ian con­duc­tor Ric­cardo Muti leads s two per­for­mances of the Aus­tralian World d Or­ches­tra, bring­ing to­gether Aus­tralian ian mu­si­cians who have played with pres­ti­gious in­ter­na­tional or­ches­tras such as the Lon­don Sym­phony and Vi­enna Phil­har­monic, among oth­ers, to play a pro­gram of Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Verdi on May 2 and 4 at the Syd­ney Opera House. Aus­tralian World Or­ches­tra, syd­ney­op­er­a­ The cen­tral-west town of Trun­dle is gear­ing up to host a weekend full of danc­ing queens when Bjorn Again head­line this huge fes­ti­val ded­i­cated to the Swedish band. A big weekend of ac­tiv­i­ties vi­ties are planned, in­clud­ing a fash­ions of the he fes­ti­val show­case. It’s on May 4 and 5. . Trun­dle Abba Fes­ti­val, trundleab­bafes­ti­ us­tralianus­tralian-Dutch so­prano Miru­sia — coined “the Ange Angel of Aus­tralia” by An­dre Rieu — will be joi joined by tenor Paul Potts (pic­tured), win win­ner of 2007’s Bri­tain’s Got Tal­ent, for th­ese From The Heart per­for­mances. They play The Jun Juniors Kings­ford tonight at 8.30pm and Dee Wh Why RSL to­mor­row at 4pm. Miru­sia, miru­miru­

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