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Worlds Fastest Violinist - Morning Melodies at The Joan

Source: Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre
Archived 28 Sep 2017 - Posted: 12 Sep 2017
Beyond the Danube is a spectacular show featuring a combination of international guest artists, musicians of the highest acclaim and led by the world’s fastest violinist, Vov Dylan, in a show that will delight fans of classical and popular music of all ages.

The impressive, delightful and versatile repertoire presented includes the ever popular The Blue Danube Waltz, the edge-of-your-seat excitement of the William Tell Overture, highlights from Carmen, Gypsy thrills with Czardas, a surprisingly unique rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, plus some fabulous interpretations of Zorba, Unchained Melody, Swan Lake and the Radetzky March to name a few.

At the front of the show is Vov Dylan, who currently holds the title of ‘the World’s fastest violinist’, a record set in 2014 and listed in the Australian Book of Records. He’s released 10 studio albums and has recorded for film, TV and radio.

Mischievous, charismatic, bubbling with energy all in a short concert. I was on the edge of my seat and constantly surprised by your engaging performance – Susan Moses -  Fine Music FM

Joining Vov Dylan will be singer Stephen Fischer King and soprano Desiree Regina, who has toured throughout Europe with Opera Holland in the title role of Carmen and as Christine in Phantom of The Opera, and the Palace Orchestra which consists of hand-picked musicians from the best orchestras in Australia.

Waltz on in on Wednesday 27 September at 10am and enjoy the famous, complimentary Red Cross Devonshire Tea before the show starts at 11am and finishes around 12:30pm. All seats are allocated and tickets are on sale now, so get in early and book your tickets.

There’s no better way to enjoy a mid-week musical treat than Morning Melodies at The Joan!

And as it is nearing the end of the year – don’t forget The Joan’s fabulous Christmas show and function “Meet Me Under the Mistletoe” Wednesday 20 December.  Book early as these tickets sell out very quickly.


Beyond the Danube Morning Melodies at the Joan
Vov Dylan, Stephen Fischer King, Desiree Regina and The Palace Orchestra

Date:
Wednesday 27 September

Time:
11am

Venue:
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, 597 High Street Penrith

Tickets:

  • Tickets are $20 and include morning tea from 10am and the show starts at 11am.
  • Book at The Joan Box office 47237600 or online   

This article archived 28 Sep 2017

 
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