Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Andrew Greene in concert for ARTSONG NSW
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Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Andrew Greene in concert for ARTSONG NSW

One of Sydney’s favourite singers, bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes along with pianist Andrew Greene perform an afternoon of song, presented by ARTSONG NSW. Teddy Tahu Rhodes first performed in Sydney as Dandini for Opera Australia in 1998. Since then his career has rocketed with seasons at New York’s Metropolitan Opera, regular performances for Opera Australia,…

ArtSong NSW returns in 2013
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ArtSong NSW returns in 2013

A year after the untimely death of soprano Amanda Thane, ARTSONG NSW, the organisation she founded in 2009 and of which she was Artistic Director, keeps her legacy alive with new leadership and a new venue. Under the direction of its new President, Andrew Greene, and Vice-President, John Martin, the concerts will be held in the splendid surroundings and acoustic of the Independent…

The food of love – Shakespeare in Song
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The food of love – Shakespeare in Song

  The writings of William Shakespeare offer rich picking for composers through the years, seeking to tell stories in music.  Artsong NSW has drawn on the works of The Bard for its concert this weekend, Shakespeare in Song. Sopranos Sarah Ann Walker and Alexandra Oomens, mezzo-soprano Anna Yun and baritone Christopher Hillier perform with lutenist Oskar de Mari Jones and pianist…