‘Incredible’, ‘masterful’, ‘fabulous’, and ‘superb’ are some of the words used to describe Operatunity’s Day-time Concert series in 2018.
Operating in New Zealand for almost 18 years, it’s no wonder Operatunity attracts performers such as Kiwi icon Suzanne Lynch, fiddler Marian Burns, soprano Amanda Atlas and many more.
And with every concert presenting a different genre of music, there is something to suit everyone.
Operatunity’s first 2019 concert in Tauranga is ‘The Luck of Irish’ on Friday, February 8, at 11am at Holy Trinity Church.
Featuring esteemed violinist Jessica Hindin, tenor and Operatunity regular Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua, and soprano Bryony Williams, you won’t want to miss this salute to all things Irish.
Tickets to all concerts can be booked by phone on toll free 0508 266 237 or purchased online at: www.operatunity.co.nz. Standard tickets are $35, however a variety of ticket discounts are available to suit groups or those attending multiple concerts; and, as always, lunch is included.
The Weekend Sun has one double pass to ‘The Luck of Irish’ for one lucky reader.