Granddaughter of Don Bradman hits a sixer.
Celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve with some timeless classics the whole family will love.
Greta Bradman, the granddaughter of cricket legend Don Bradman, is continuing the talent within the family.
She is collaborating with Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) winning singer Anthony Callea, Young Talent Time star Denis Walter (MC), opera sensation Roy Best and multi-talented stage performer Silvie Paladino, together with the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra for the Timeless Classics concerts in December in Sydney and New Year’s Eve in Melbourne.
While Greta can’t hit the ball as well as her famous grandfather, the award-winning soprano has hit a six with fans all over the country who love her style of singing.
The Australian Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing six (matinee and evening) concerts: four shows in Sydney on 27, 28 and 29 December at the Sydney Opera House, and two in Melbourne on New Year’s Eve at Hamer Hall.
A much loved event, the concerts attract sell-out crowds each year as many New Year’s Eve revellers make it an annual fixture in their social calendar, kicking off their celebrations at the concert and continuing on with the festivities afterwards.
A hallmark of the annual New Year’s Eve concerts, this year’s event will deliver an auditory feast for popular and classical music lovers.
Audiences can expect to be entertained by music from their favourite artists, including scores from popular films, award winning stage shows, and well-loved musicals and operas.
From The Beatles and Elton John to Les Miserables and music from the film Dances with Wolves, the Timeless Classics concert will delight and captivate audiences of all ages and musical tastes.
Tickets are priced from $70. For more information visit: www.sydneyoperahouse.com for Sydney concerts and www.artscentremelbourne.com.au for concerts in Melbourne.
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