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Tue 10 Sep

Handel's House

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Handel's House

The songbird who refuses to be caged

Experience the magnetic allure of Yukie Sato as she transforms Handel's House into her own with her radiant soprano alongside The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra.  

Making her highly anticipated Australian debut, this Japanese-born, Swiss-educated soprano delivers a George Frideric Handel experience with uncompromising clarity. Sato’s voice holds audiences in the palm of her hand, cracks open hearts, and lovingly reassembling them. Revel in her technical prowess and natural charisma, perfectly befitting Handel's Germanic approach to Italian style. 

A vocal icon that cannot be dulled, prepare for Sato to weave a vivid tapestry that will completely engulf and envelope audiences. That is her power, wielded like a burning sword. In a rare opportunity to experience the soprano outside of Japan, it’s your choice to shy from her brightness or surrender to her flame as she graces us for this brief but epic moment in time.  

Repertoire highlights to include:
HANDEL
L’amor ed il destin from Partenope, Act 1 Scene 3, HWV 27
PISENDEL
Violin Concerto in D major, JunP 1.7
BONONCINI
Frondi tenere and Ombra mai fu from Xerse, Act 1 Scene 1
HANDEL
Tornami a vagheggiar from Alcina, Act 1 Scene 15, HWV 34 


Price

Tickets from $59 - $102

Times

7:00pm

Where

Concert Hall, QPAC ›
Cnr Grey and, Melbourne St,
South Brisbane QLD 4101

Venue info

Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible

Assistive Listening

Important Info

Warning for haze machine.

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September 10th
7:00pm
 

What stands out at concert after concert is the impression that this bunch of musicians is having a really good time.

The Sydney Morning Herald


#Artist

Yukie Sato

Yukie Sato

Soprano


#Partners

How to get there

Concert Hall, QPAC ›
Cnr Grey and, Melbourne St,
South Brisbane QLD 4101

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