ARTSONG NSW presents one of Sydney’s favourite bass-baritones, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, in recital with pianist Andrew Greene.
Teddy Tahu Rhodes has been a popular and regular soloist in Sydney ever since he first sang the role of Dandini in La Cenerentola for Opera Australia in 1998. Since then he has sung many roles which include Escamillo, Don Giovanni, Billy in Billy Budd, Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire and Leandro in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, both in Sydney and in the major houses of Europe and the USA. He has also made several discs and performed in oratorio and with a variety of ensembles including the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Pianist and conductor Andrew Greene has a repertoire of over sixty productions of operas, operettas, musicals, symphonic and choral works. He is presently Director of the Young Artist Program for Opera Australia. He has also worked for the Covent Garden Festival, London; State Opera of South Australia and the Lyric Opera of Queensland. He has appeared in concert with the symphony orchestras of Taiwan, Beijing, Shanghai as well as the Australian orchestras and is a regular conductor of New Year’s Eve concerts, Opera in the Vineyards and Christmas at the House. He is highly respectd accompanist of art song has appeared frequently in recital throughout Australia and on ABC Radio.
Tickets: $50/$42; includes coffee and cake served from 4pm. ARTSONG NSW recommend booking in advance.
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