Queensland’s outdoor Opera at Jimbour returns this July in a new, all-day gala event. Produced by the Queensland Music Festival and coinciding with its 20th anniversary, it sees a line-up of Australian talent performing opera’s greatest hits – tenor Rosario La Spina, soprano Sarah Crane, mezzo Hayley Sugars and baritone Shane Brown will be joined by Vanessa Scammell conducting the Queensland Youth Orchestra. To be held at the historic Jimbour House Estate in the Western Downs, visitors will not only take part in a celebration of music but enjoy the region’s fine wine and fresh food.

Jimbour House Estate. Photo supplied

“We are incredibly proud of our Opera at Jimbour program and are positive that both long-time patrons of the event and newcomers will be delighted with this year’s event changes and line-up of opera classics,” said Katie Noonan, Queensland Music Festival’s Artistic Director. “Music is for everyone and our carefully curated gala will be a world-class showcase of opera in one of the most picturesque settings imaginable—the warm winter sun and crisp country air on a Queensland cattle station steeped in history. We welcome everyone to come and experience the joy of...

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