The Tales of Hoffmann, Sydney Opera House

Date : 2 August 2021 to 14 August 2021

Time : 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Address : Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW, Australia

Suburb : Sydney

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Experience the fanciful world and musical brilliance of Offenbach’s magnum opus – The Tales of Hoffmann. Premiering at the Sydney Opera House, this brand-new co-production with Royal Opera House, Covent Garden is a jewel of French Romanticism. 

2 August – 14 August 2021                                                                                              

Tickets from $79 | Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Homegrown soprano Jessica Pratt returns to Australia to play all four of Hoffmann’s leading ladies – a demanding feat few sopranos in the world today have achieved.

Jessica is joined by Belgian tenor Jean-François Borras who plays the titular role of Hoffmann and Croatian bass-baritone Marko Mimica who sings the four villains. Supported by a cast of OA principal singers including Sian Sharp, Jennifer Black, John Longmuir, Gennadi Dubinsky and Shanul Sharma.

OFFENBACH: The Tales of Hoffmann | Conductor Carlo Montanaro | Director Damiano Michieletto


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