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Victorian Opera: Seven Deadly Sins
- Date: Friday, 6 November 2015, 7:30pm
- Venue: Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne — 100 St Kilda Rd, Southbank, VIC
- Tickets: $60-$25 — Tickets can be purchased online
International cabaret sensation Meow Meow joins Australia’s brightest young composers and Victorian Opera’s next generation of stars as they reimagine the seven deadly sins for the 21st century. Discover seven wicked new songs inspired by the confrontational style of the Berliner Kabarett and the dark side of Australia’s cities, featuring Brisbane as Sloth, Sydney as Lust, Canberra as Pride, Melbourne as Greed, Hobart as Envy, Adelaide as Gluttony and Perth as Anger. Then with a voice described as ‘hypnotic’ and ‘mesmerising’, Meow Meow brings to life the role of Anna, a woman in search of fortune who succumbs to the sins of the big city in Kurt Weill’s Die sieben Todsünden.
Commissions supported by Symphony Australia and the Composer Development Program of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Featured non-Australian music: Kurt Weill
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