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Concert Hall, QPAC

Queensland Performing Arts Centre, cnr Melbourne St and Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

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Nicole Car, Etienne Dupuis & Jayson Gillham

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Nicole Car, one of the truly remarkable Australian opera singers of recent years, joins her husband, internationally acclaimed baritone, Etienne Dupuis and pianist Jayson Gillham for one performance only.

Featuring romantic French and Spanish songs and popular arias and duets, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Come and experience why Nicole is adored in Australia and across the globe.

Nicole captivated audiences in Opera Australia’s 2018 production of La Traviata, and is now in demand at the world’s greatest opera houses, including New York’s Metropolitan Opera where she and her husband recently starred in Puccini’s La Bohème.

Presented by Andrew McKinnon and QPAC in association with Opera Queensland

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Canberra Theatre

Civic Square, London Circuit, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia

August

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Nicole Car & Etienne Dupuis in recital with Jayson Gillham

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In one of the most exciting musical collaborations of 2019, Australian soprano Nicole Car will partner with her husband, internationally acclaimed baritone Etienne Dupuis, and brilliant pianist Jayson Gillham in one magnificent recital.

Featuring romantic French and Spanish songs, as well as popular opera arias and duets, this is a chance to experience why Nicole is adored both here in Australia and across the globe.

This will be the Canberra debut for the award winning singer who captivated audiences in Opera Australia’s 2018 production of La Traviata, and is now in demand at the world’s greatest opera houses, including the Metropolitan Opera (New York) where she and her husband recently starred in Puccini’s La Bohème.

Presented by Andrew McKinnon as part of the 2019 Canberra Theatre Centre subscription season

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Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt St, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia

August

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Nicole Car, Etienne Dupuis & Jayson Gillham

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Nicole Car is one of Australia’s most exciting operatic talents, a soprano with a meltingly lovely voice, the charisma of a true star and a career trajectory to match. She has just made her Metropolitan Opera debut as Mimi in La boheme sharing the stage, as it happens, with her husband, the equally stellar baritone Etienne Dupuis. They’re reunited on our stage to perform the delicately nostalgic mélodies of Duparc, Hahn, Fauré and highlights from French opera – both solo and together – in a celebration of virtuoso finesse and undeniable chemistry.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre

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City Recital Hall

2 Angel Place, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

August

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A Little Lunch Music – solo recital

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Longing to spend your lunch hour device-free and served with a slice of serenity?

Drop in for City Recital Hall’s long running series of lunchtime concerts, A Little Lunch Music. Each concert is an hour of musical escapism performed by some of Australia’s best artists.

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City Recital Hall

2 Angel Place, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

August

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Nicole Car & Etienne Dupuis in recital with Jayson Gillham

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In one of the most eagerly anticipated collaborations of 2019, adored Australian soprano Nicole Car partners with her husband, internationally acclaimed French Canadian baritone Etienne Dupuis, and brilliant pianist Jayson Gillham, in a recital of romantic French song.

The singer who captivated Opera Australia audiences in La Traviata in 2018 will once again enchant music lovers in this very special performance at City Recital Hall.

Presented by Andrew McKinnon Fine Entertainment in association with Opera Australia

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Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

Melbourne Recital Centre, 31 Sturt St, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia

June

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Bach and the Romantics – Melbourne Recital Centre

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It was Busoni who wrote that ‘every notation is, in itself, the transcription of an abstract idea. The instant the pen seizes it, the idea loses its original form.’

Jayson Gillham explores original works and romantic piano transcriptions of the works of J. S. Bach, and by way of Schumann’s picturesque Forest Scenes we arrive at the cross roads of two great traditions of German Romanticism – the Lied (art song) and the virtuoso piano transcription.

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