Penrith’s own Pavarotti, Kingswood tenor Lorenzo Rositano, will perform an intimate concert at Parramatta Riverside Theatre on June 18.
Join Western Sydney Opera’s Artistic Director Rositano as he performs alongside Sopranos Claire Chehade-James and Alejandra Blandino, Mezzo Soprano Bree Meara-Hendy and Accompanist and Baritone Glenn Amer for a stunning Sunday afternoon concert filled with tunes you won’t forget.
This young cast of opera’s emerging artists will provide an incredible program of highlights from opera, operetta, musical theatre and popular songs by some of the world’s most famous and loved composers such as Verdi, Puccini, Lehár, Tosti, Lloyd-Webber and many more.
Western Sydney Opera was launched when Rositano returned to Australia from Italy and following the success of his production of Puccini’s La Bohème in 2015.
He is an Italian Lyrico Spinto Tenor, completing his studies in Australia at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He holds a Masters in Opera.
In 2013 and 2014 Rositano toured and undertook study in Italy through a John Brown Sport and Tourism Youth Foundation Scholarship. In 2010 he studied in the UK through a Big Brother Movement Scholarship.
Rositano has appeared as Principal Tenor in many Opera and Operetta roles and as Soloist in Oratorio works and Recital.
he made headlines in 2006 when he was selected by the Australian Olympic Committee to perform the Australian Anthem at the Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy.
Since Lorenzo’s return to Australia from Italy at the end of 2014, he has made it his mission to bring Opera more regularly to Western Sydney, which led to him founding Western Sydney Opera.
Robert Love and Riverside Theatres are proud to present this not to be missed concert of spectacular singing for one show only.
The show will begin at 3pm, and tickets are available by visiting riversideparramatta.com.au and clicking on Lorenzo Rositano and Friends, or at the venue.