Médée by Charpentier
Thu 1 December - Wed 7 December, 2022
The greatest opera of the French Baroque era, Médée is high drama and emotion: French tragédie lyrique in its most classic form.event and ticket info
Stars of opera and musical theatre come together accompanied by a full orchestra to celebrate the artistry of soprano Taryn Fiebig, who died tragically young of ovarian cancer in March of 2021. The concert features reminiscences, songs, arias and choruses in a joyful tribute to a much-loved and versatile performer, who appeared as a principal artist with Opera Australia in many productions, from Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro and Cosi fan Tutte to 200 performances as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady.
The concert features a star-studded cast of opera and musical theatre talent: Natalie Aroyan, Jud Arthur, Cheryl Barker, Kanen Breen, Peter Coleman-Wright, Brad Daley, David Greco, Antoinette Halloran, Dominica Matthews, John Longmuir, David Parkin, Ben Rasheed, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, Jane Rutter, Dimity Shepherd and Daniel Sumegi. The Taryn Fiebig Orchestra conducted by Tahu Matheson and Guy Noble.
All artists are donating their performances and all money raised will be donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, to raise awareness about this devastating cancer.
Standard + Special Offer tickets include a glass of Taryn’s favourite celebratory drink; Veuve Clicquot and a CD copy of Taryn Fiebig - SHE featuring Taryn performing arias and songs of Mozart, Handel, Duparc, and Poulenc.
If you are unable to attend the performance, you can purchase Taryn’s SHE CD or download at she4ocrf.com.au
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Teddy Tahu Rhodes
The Taryn Fiebig Orchestra conducted by Tahu Matheson and Guy Noble
Members of the Opera Australia Chorus