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Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival - Trouble in Tahiti


Sat 3 Sep 2016, 2:00pm–3:00pm
Sun 4 Sep 2016, 11:30am–12:00pm

Where: Fowles Wine, Corner Hume Fwy and Lambing Gully Rd, Avenel, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • All Tickets: $40.00
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Listed by: TheParlourFineMusic

Gertrude Opera's Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival returns for its second year, in regional Victoria on Father's Day Weekend.

Over the course of two days and two nights, in conjunction with Tahbilk Winery, Michelton Wines and Fowles Wines, the Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival will deliver a world-class feast of opera, food and wine for all tastes.

Set among an idyllic Victorian river setting, opera lovers, food and music lovers alike will be immersed in culture and exposed to an array of local, international and emerging artistic talent.

Trouble in Tahiti by Leonard Bernstein is one of the shows in the Opera Festival taking place in Fowles Wine's Wine Shed.

Bernstein's musical operetta tells the story of one day in the life of a desperately unhappy married couple - lonely ,longing for love, and unable to communicate.

A trio from a Greek chorus born of the radio commercial (Bernstein's words, because that was the 'happiest music that existed), with characteristic jazz influences.

Featuring three former Opera Studio now professional international artists:

- Hadleigh Adams (San Francisco Opera, LA Phil)
- Sophie Yelland (Glyndebourne, ENO) and
- Director: Greg Eldridge (Royal Opera, Covent Garden)

Bernard Yannotta chamber version for seven players, conducted by Australian-born, Berlin-based Matthew Toogood.