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A taste of things to come - Opera in the Arboretum 2022

Posted: 25 April 2021

Planning is underway for our 15th Opera in the Arboretum in March 2022. We know that's a long way off, so in the meantime, please enjoy this film clip featuring stunning sopranos from Opera Australia, Jane Ede and Clarissa Spata, filmed in the glorious surrounds of the Crommelin Native Arboretum.

 

Sull'aria from Le nozze di Figaro - Mozart

Sopranos: Jane Ede and Clarissa Spata
 
Produced by Rotary Club of Woy Woy with Michaele Archer, Artistic Director Opera in the Arboretum
Filmed and edited by Benjamin Fraser at Crommelin Native Arboretum, Pearl Beach NSW
Vocals recorded at Crash Symphony Productions | Mastering by Damien Gerard Studio
 
Special thanks to Everglades Country Club and Pearl Beach Progress Association
In memory of Rotarian John Greenway, Founder/ Organiser of Opera in the Arboretum 2005-2019
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