Bryn Terfel in Concert
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Bryn Terfel in Concert

When Bryn Terfel sings, everyone stops to listen.

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Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall

Melbourne • 10 November 8:00pm

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$119.00 - $199.00*

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Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall

Melbourne • 10 November 8:00pm

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Offer ends 5PM, Thu 24 October

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Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall

Melbourne • 10 November 8:00pm

FREE DINNER

With this special offer, tickets to this concert come with free dinner at The Deck.

$119.00 - $199.00*

Premium, A & B Reserve

Buy Now

Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall

Melbourne • 10 November 8:00pm

SAVE UP TO $60

Were up to $159.00
Offer ends 5PM, Thu 24 October

$99.00*

A & B Reserve

Buy Now

Standard

There are currently no standard offers available.


Premium

There are currently no premium offers available.


*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

Whether he's singing showtunes, Wagner or traditional Welsh songs, he sells out theatres Terfel’s on-stage charm is legendary. Experience it for yourself when the honey-voiced bass-baritone comes to Australia this November.

The superstar Welshman performs some of his favourite songs across many genres, with the backing of a magnificent orchestra. Once you’ve heard his interpretations, they’ll be your favourites too.

Bryn Terfel is one of the world’s best-selling classical artists, with 15 best-selling solo albums. He's won two Grammy Awards, four Classic Brit awards and a Gramophone Award. He won the Queen's Medal for Music in 2006, and 11 years later, received his knighthood at Buckingham Palace.

“A born communicator who loves words as much as music”

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