Soprano Trisha Crowe, centre, will again grace Tasmanian stages alongside TSO musicians, from left, William Newbery (viola), Martin Penicka (cello) and Monica Naselow and Rohana Brown (violins).

The belle of Broadway

   KANE YOUNG   |   June 20, 2013 12.01am

STAR soprano Trisha Crowe will help bring the bright lights of New York to Hobart when The TSO Goes to Broadway tonight.

Crowe and Sydney singer Michael Falzon are guest soloists for the latest Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra show, which will feature much-loved hits from popular Broadway musicals including The Phantom of the Opera, The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Miss Saigon and more.

Crowe has performed around the world, including shows in London, Beijing and Shanghai.

She first appeared with the TSO in 2006 and wowed audiences last summer at the TSO’s Symphony Under the Stars concerts in Glenorchy and Launceston.

“The TSO Goes to Broadway is for musical lovers of all ages,” she said.

“I’ll be singing I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady and I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables and, with Michael, the classic love duets Tonight from West Side Story and All I Ask of You from The Phantom of the Opera.

The TSO Goes to Broadway concerts will be held at Wrest Point today at 8pm and at Launceston’s Albert Hall on Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets to the Hobart show are $73-$83 from tso.com.au

kane.young@news.com.au

TSO goes to Broadway

Published on Jun 19, 2013

Visiting singer Trisha Crowe gives us a taste of “TSO goes to Broadway” a concert at Wrest Point 20 June.

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Conductor: Guy Noble w/ Canberra Symphony Orchestra
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