Broadway legend Mandy Patinkin
and opera super-star Nathan Gunn
combine their musical talents to create a unique and powerful evening.
The eclectic programme features solos and duets – songs from musicals as well as a selection of opera, traditional folk and pop. The vocal powerhouses met while sharing a dressing room for 2010’s Sondheim! The Birthday Concert with the New York Philharmonic at the Lincoln Centre.
Mandy Patinkin, one of the most versatile and compelling actors, singers, and storytellers of our time, originated Broadway roles in Evita and Sunday in the Park With George, and stars in the critically acclaimed Showtime series “Homeland” and past CBS series “Chicago Hope” and “Criminal Minds.” His many movie performances include roles in Yentl, Dick Tracy, and The Princess Bride.
Nathan Gunn has made a reputation as one of the most exciting and in-demand baritones of the day. He has appeared in internationally renowned opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera House, and Paris Opera and as a concert artist with symphony orchestras around the globe. His solo recordings include Just Before Sunrise and American Anthem.
The duo will be joined by their long-term accompanists Paul Ford
and Julie Gunn
The Chicago Review-Examiner describes the concert as “nothing short of genius, giving [concert] goers a night of musical excellence they will long remember.” Herald Sun Review
Read the article in The Sydney Morning Herald
Watch Mandy Patinkin and Nathan Gunn on The Project.
Introducing Nathan Gunn to Australia
MEET & GREET WITH MANDY PATINKIN & NATHAN GUNN
A once-in-a-lifetime chance to get up close and personal with Mandy Patinkin & Nathan Gunn
- VIP Premium Ticket in the front four rows of the theatre
- Meet and have a professional photograph taken with Mandy Patinkin & Nathan Gunn
- An autographed item of merchandise.
- A souvenir lanyard
Package price $395 per person. Strictly limited numbers available.
To purchase, choose ‘Meet and Greet’ when selecting your seats or call 136 246.
John Frost, Phil Bathols and Opera Australia