In its 22nd year, Jamberoo CWA’s annual Opera in the Valley is again under the direction of maestro Glenn Amer. His experience in the industry is too extensive to detail, but suffice it to say he has again assembled a stunning line-up.
Performers include a return by soprano Alison Claire Robertson; mezzo soprano Susie Bishop, who apart from being a prominent vocalist is a multi-instrumentalist; baritone Christopher Harris, son of noted baritone James Harris; and tenor Lorenzo Rositano.
Lorenzo has appeared as principal tenor in many opera roles and has toured extensively throughout Australia and the world with The Australian Tenors.
“Everything we raise goes to our local Fire Service, the SES, Triple Care Farm, Jamberoo School, our local dairy farmers, and our Scouts and Cubs, to name a few,” says Jamberoo CWA President Cathy Delhass.
Tickets include wine and cheese at interval and a traditional CWA supper after the performance, where you can mingle and chat to the artists.
“This is an event not to be missed,” says Mrs Delhass.
Details: Saturday 9 November, Jamberoo School of Arts, 8pm.
Tickets $50 from Elders Jamberoo, 4236 0891