Angela Gheorghiu
4-D International in association with Opera Australia presents

Angela Gheorghiu


Opera superstar to debut in Australia

This October audiences in Sydney and Melbourne are in for a special treat!

For the first time ever on our shores, opera superstar Angela Gheorghiu will be here to perform two stunning opera galas with the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra.

She is the world’s most glamorous and gifted singer, whose magnificent voice and dazzling stage presence have mesmerised audiences around the world and earned spectacular reviews from the critics.

After her stunning international debut in 1992, newspapers proclaimed "A star is born". Over the past two decades her warmth, sophistication and breathtaking talent have kept her in constant demand at the top opera houses, including the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, La Scala in Milan, Opera Bastille in Paris and the Metropolitan Opera in New York.

A natural actress, she conveys her characters with sensitivity and profound feeling. Her performances have made her a standout amongst her generation of singers and confirmed her status as one of opera’s most beloved stars.

This is an incredibly rare and exciting opportunity for audiences in Australia to hear this international opera superstar in her prime, performing her favourite selection of beautiful French and Italian arias by Puccini, Massenet and Bizet.

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the operatic event of a lifetime!

Angela Gheorghiu in concert at Sydney Opera House
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Angela Gheorghiu in concert at Sydney Opera House


Arts Centre Melbourne,
Hamer Hall

Tuesday 13 October 2015, 8pm

Program includes:

'Lascia ch'io pianga' from Rinaldo (Handel)
'Adieu notre petite table' from Manon (Massenet)
'Pleurez mes yeux' from Le Cid (Massenet)
'Song to the Moon' from Rusalka (Dvořák)
'Un bel di vedremo' from Madama Butterfly (Puccini)
'Habanera' from Carmen (Bizet)
'Vissi d'arte' from Tosca (Puccini) 
'Sola perduta, abbandonata' from Manon Lescaut (Puccini)

"In full flight, Gheorghiu's upper notes have magnificent power and her low concluding tones captured a shattering darkness."

The Sydney Morning Herald