Ringing in the New Year, acclaimed baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes joins pianist and conductor Guy Noble for two exciting shows at the City Recital Hall.
The pair will be performing an selection of popular arias and songs, complete with a delicate, classical flair and a touch of the two’s iconic comedy.
Guy Noble, being one of the nation’s top orchestral conductors, has worked with many of the major symphonies in Australia as well as international performers including Randy Newman, Olivia Newton John, Paloma Faith, and The Beach Boys.
He commented on the upcoming shows, saying “Teddy and I are so excited to bring this new show to City Recital Hall.
“We are old mates and decided to create something together, with Teddy’s big voice and personality and me at the piano. There’ll be something for everyone, opera, musical theatre, lieder, some folk songs, and even some comedy.
“We want to bring people together in a safe way and usher in the new year with positivity and a sense of musical community. We both love City Recital Hall and the team who work there. It feels like home.”
Teddy Tahu Rhodes has been dazzling audiences for years, having performed in operas and concerts worldwide, in major cities including New York, Paris, and Vienna. Critics from The Australian have described his voice as “astonishingly powerful, yet subtle.”
Audiences of their City Recital Hall shows can expect a magical evening of music from the Barber Of Seville, to Clancy Of The Overflow, South Pacific, and more.
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Teddy and Guy back on our stage. This beloved duo’s charming music always resonates with our audiences and the Hall,” said City Recital Hall CEO, Justin Boschetti.
Jan 23, City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Pl, Sydney. $49+b.f. Tickets & Info: www.cityrecitalhall.com
By Rida Babar