Two of Australia’s most popular entertainers Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble join forces in a thrilling program of popular opera arias and Broadway show tunes.
Hear Australia’s favourite bass-baritone and one of our most charismatic pianists perform spine-tingling renditions of Some Enchanted Evening, If I Were a Rich Man, Oh What a Beautiful Mornin’, The Toreador Song from Carmen, Largo al factotum from The Barber of Seville, a surprising G & S hit and much, much more.
The remarkable talent and on-stage chemistry of The King and Guy combine to make this concert one of the entertainment highlights of 2022.
Teddy Tahu Rhodes has sung with the world’s leading opera companies including The Metropolitan Opera in New York and Opera Australia, and performed many of the greatest roles including Escamillo (The Toreador) in Bizet’s Carmen, Scarpia in Puccini’s Tosca, and the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni.
An ARIA and Helpmann award winning artist, Teddy has also won legions of fans for his starring roles in the smash hit Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals South Pacific and The King and I.
Guy Noble, renowned for his wit and engaging manner with audiences, is a sought after conductor and soloist, and has worked with all of Australia’s finest orchestras, and many of the world’s leading artists including Harry Connick Jr., Michael Bolton, Olivia Newton John, The Beach Boys, soprano Sumi Jo, and many others.
Review from the Advertiser (Adelaide) – 21st November 2021
"Teddy Tahu Rhodes is where we like to find him, front and centre on the operatic stage.
On familiar ground he’s unbeatable. His O What a Beautiful Morning, It Might as Well be Spring and especially his Some Enchanted Evening were crowd pleasers.
Guy Noble, best known as a conductor, is a willing accomplice, with a wicked sense of humour… The audience roared with laughter."
The Venue: The Capital
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