Young singers to perform alongside stars of Opera Australia

The talented young singers of the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music Children’s Choir are set to appear on stage alongside the stars of Opera Australia, when a production of Carmen plays at The Art Huose in Wyong in July.

The choir, which draws children from all over the region, will join Opera Australia’s singers and live chamber orchestra for the sizzling tale of Carmen – the femme fatale you cannot forget.

Bizet’s famous opera is a story of love, jealousy, passion, and fate.

Amidst thrilling Spanish colour and rhythms, this Opera Australia production includes gorgeous sets and vintage-inspired costumes.

This the second time Opera Australia will work with the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music, with the children’s choir appearing in their 2018 performance of Madame Butterfly also at The Art House.

“We’re so excited to be able to offer this opportunity to these talented local singers”, The Art House executive director Anne-Marie Heath said.

“Appearing in a world-class opera at their local theatre will be an incredible experience and one we are sure they will enjoy.”

In line with the mission to bring renowned national theatre companies to the coast, The Art House has kept ticket prices low, to allow seasoned opera fans the luxury of a performance without the need to travel, whilst also encouraging newcomers and younger audiences to embrace the experience.

The show plays on July 13 and 14.

Details on The Art House website.