Leader of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Paul Dyer is three parts musician, one part impresario, one part showman and one part musical detective. The sum of these parts is the artistic director of the orchestra he founded in 1989. The orchestra plays music from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries on period instruments or reproductions of them. He believes that the award winning countertenor French heartthrob Philippe Jaroussky‘… is one of today’s superstars of the opera world’. Judging from the rave reviews Jaroussky receives wherever he is in the world he certainly has a voice to cherish.
Jaroussky is scheduled to be appearing in both Sydney and Melbourne with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in March 2013. It is sure to be a memorable concert in the intimate and powerful acoustic of the Sydney and Melbourne recital halls. He has the good looks and charisma to seduce a whole new audience to the intimacy of the ‘music of friends’, to thrill opera die hard fans, as well as generate interest from those emerging from their youthful cocoon into a world where music means so much more than just a beat… Jaroussky definitely has the X factor. Book NOW Sydney Tickets | Melbourne Tickets | Watch Video httpv://youtu.be/nlkXgBXBG8I