|CHILD Under 18||$75.00|
With a lavish new program for 2018, this stunning spectacular salutes the famous BBC Proms Concerts of London’s Royal Albert Hall performing all the well-known favourites including Rule Britannia, Jerusalem, Radetzky March, and Elgar’s Land of Hope and Glory.
Australia’s most acclaimed international violinist Ian Cooper is joined by opera stars, prima ballerinas, The City of Melbourne Pipe Band and the Blue Danube Orchestra to evoke the sheer exuberance of An Afternoon at the Proms - A Musical Spectacular.
Enjoy selections from The Sound of Music, The Merry Widow, Carmen and The Waltz King - Johann Strauss, plus can-can and tango dancers. Feel the romance and emotion of the Hungarian Gypsy Orchestras, haunting renditions of Irish favourites and the Pipers’ tribute to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
This jubilant musical and visual spectacular will delights your hearts!
Bring your flags and come join the fun and frivolity of Ian Cooper’s An Afternoon at the Proms.
Ian Cooper awards - 5 Golden Fiddle Awards – 2 Mo Awards – 4 Ace Awards – 1 Platinum Aria Award
"An afternoon At The Proms - A Musical Spectacular’ attracted 2 full houses of approximately 4,000 people in The Sydney Town Hall. Feedback from the audiencewas ecstatic! They raved about the dancers, the soloists, the choir, the orchestra and the wonderfully accomplished and incredible Ian Cooper!"
Roy Watterson. OAM Nostalgia Productions
"Ian Cooper's show has amongst the most talented and accomplished artists in Australia today. Saturday’s performances received standing ovations both during andafter the shows, and brought great enjoyment to the audience. As the booker, I couldn't be happier or more proud."
Nigel Lampe Director, W.T.S. Entertainment booker South Sydney Junior Rugby League Club
"Cooper has a very clean technique and a voluptuous tone... with a tangible sense of having fun."
Sydney Morning Herald
"Good musicians playing superb music... a delight. ....Tango, gypsy & classical strains, all executed with great flair....genuine beauty."
Sydney Morning Herald
"Mr. Cooper shows us just how expressive his instrument can be."
"Ian Cooper is adored by the broader public whenever they encounter him."
Sydney Morning Herald
"Ian Cooper, a blitzkrieg violinist!"
CHILD Under 18
The Venue: Ulumbarra Theatre
Meaning ‘gather together’ or ‘meeting place’ in the language of the local Dja Dja Wurrung people, Bendigo’s Ulumbarra Theatre rises majestically from what was once the Sandhurst Gaol.More about Ulumbarra Theatre
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