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Voices in the Forest back for 2013

By 14 June 2013 0

Today Joy Burch formally launched this year’s Voices in the Forest event at the National Arboretum today, which is a little confusing as the event isn’t on until late November.

Ahh well, no harm is getting excited early.

I have never made it to one of these events, but Rioter Poetix wrote us a review of last years installment and spoke highly of it so it may well be worth your time.

Your time in November.

The concert, to be held in the National Arboretum amphitheatre on Saturday 23 November, willinclude Australia’s leading Opera singer Yvonne Kenny and Opera Australia’s soprano Emma Matthews and tenor Rosario La Spina.

“Combining singers of this calibre with a venue such as the National Arboretum is a sure-fire winner,” Ms Burch said.

“This is the third Voices in the Forest and each year is a magical experience.”

Ms Burch said the National Arboretum was a wonderful venue for the concert which will take full advantage of the sweeping views of Lake Burley Griffin, the city and beyond. Ms Burch also praised the enormous contribution made by concerts to the life of Canberra and the opportunities they presented for the community to engage with the arts.

“As part of the musical performances held for the Centenary Celebrations, it will be joyous display of the fine singing, proving that Canberra really is the city of music.

“I congratulate the Village Building Company for its vision in creating these concerts that offer excellent music in a spectacular setting to an enthusiastic audiences.

“It was fantastic that some 4,400 Canberrans supported this wonderful event in 2012, and I encourage everyone to do the same this year.”

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