City Recital Hall acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the land upon which City Recital Hall stands. We pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend this respect to all Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.
Due to popular demand, a second show has been added!
Acclaimed baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes joins popular pianist and conductor Guy Noble for a concert of favourite arias and songs. This dynamic pair are back together at the acoustically brilliant City Recital Hall to perform powerful and rapturous songs and delicate classical arias. After months of being away from concert halls, this is going to be a celebratory concert with a sprinkle of their beloved comedic flair.
Be mesmerised by Rhodes’ voice, filled with “vocal colour and nuance” (The Weekend Australian) that has been described as “astonishingly powerful yet subtle” (The Australian). Here he will show off the breadth of his vocal skills: from The Barber of Seville to an enchanted evening in the South Pacific, from Schubert Lieder to the swagger of Clancy of The Overflow. This will be a dynamic performance that firmly shows why Teddy Tahu Rhodes is one of Australia’s favourite performers.
The silkily booming resonance of Rhodes’ rich bass-baritone was such that you could feel a genuine ripple of awed excitement go through the crowd...
Visitor Safety Information
Audiences are seated in accordance with requirements currently set by NSW Health for City Recital Hall. It is mandatory to bring and wear a mask while at the venue.
As a COVID-19 tracing protocol, we will require all patrons who enter the venue to check-in via QR code through the Service NSW App at the entrance. All data will be stored securely and will be deleted after the mandatory 28 day period.
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