Following the success of Opera Australia’s first ever performance at Ulu ru in 2019, Opera Australia will return from December 11 to 13 next year with an even bigger program. The performance earlier this month was a massive hit, with sopranos Lorina Gore, Natalie Aroyan, mezzo-soprano Angela Hogan, tenor Simon Kim and baritone Haotian Qi joined by a chamber orchestra conducted by Tahu Matheson performing a concert against the backdrop of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Bruce Munro’s installation Field of Light Ulu ru.

Opera Australia at Uluru Mezzo-soprano Angela Hogan at Ulu ru. Photo supplied

“This year’s performance completely sold out in just five days, and the event itself was a great success, so we knew that we needed to find a way for a bigger encore performance”, said Voyages CEO Grant Hunt.

“It was such an honour to perform in front of the Rock this year, you could feel the excitement and awe ripple through the audience”, said Opera Australia’s Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini. “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Voyages again to announce our return to Ulu ru in 2020 – it will be a fabulous showcase of...

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