If you loved Aida on Sydney Harbour….
Here’s why you’ll love Turandot at the Sydney Opera House
1) A HUGE cast of 120 people. Turandot boasts: 12 principals, a chorus of 64 singers and 20 children, 13 dancers and 11 actors.
2) Dancing and movement: Turandot was directed by Sydney Dance Company’s Graeme Murphy, so expect beautiful dancing and choreography.
3) Exotic costumes: set in ancient Peking, the costumes evoke a faraway world of beauty and danger.
4) Powerhouse voices, singing without microphones: You need both a beautiful tone and powerful voice to master Puccini’s music – and these singers will give you goosebumps even right at the back of the theatre.
5) The biggest hit of all time in the world of opera, made famous by Pavarotti: ‘Nessun dorma’.