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MSO + Kate Miller-Heidke: The Rabbits

Event

MSO + Kate Miller-Heidke: The Rabbits

  • Date: Saturday, 28 January 2017, 8pm
  • Venue: Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre — 1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf, VIC
  • Tickets: Adult: $120-$50 | Concession: $115-$50 — Tickets can be purchased by phone on (03) 9929 9600

Event Details

In a very special one-night-only event, Australian theatre and music sensation Kate Miller-Heidke will join the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, performing songs from her award-winning opera The Rabbits and popular hits featured on her new album ‘The Best of Kate Miller-Heidke: Part One’.

This concert is the first in Kate’s 2017 orchestra tour and her first collaboration with the MSO. This event is also the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s season starter.

Featuring extraordinary visuals by Australian artist and film maker Amy Gebhardt, guitar accompaniment by Keir Nuttall and conducted by MSO’s Associate Conductor Benjamin Northey, the concert will be held at the Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Kate Miller-Heidke is a classically trained singer who traverses the worlds of contemporary pop, folk and opera. In her first collaboration with the MSO, Kate Miller-Heidke performs her popular hits, favourites from recent albums, songs from her award-winning opera The Rabbits, covers and brand new songs.

Warning: This performance contains some artistic nudity in the visuals.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 9929 9600

Featured Australian Works

The rabbits : opera [excerpts] by Iain Grandage and Kate Miller-Heidke
— performed by Kate Miller-Heidke, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Benjamin Northey

Featured artists

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