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Wellington Popular Opera Lover In One Off Concert

Wellington Popular Opera Lover In One Off Concert This Friday!

Don’t miss out!

Popular Opera sensation, Geoff Sewell, the internationally successful tenor and multi-platinum selling recording artist is in Wellington for a one-night exclusive concert this Friday 9 May, 8pm at the St. James Theatre, Wellington.

London based Geoff Sewell has confirmed one show in Wellington, being supported by Soprano Daniela-Rosa Cepeda, and promises a charismatic performance, blending the classical skills of opera with the immediate appeal of popular music.

As one of the creators and founding members of the world’s first opera band ‘Amici Forever’ Geoff has performed for royals, sports fans and he has enabled enjoyment of opera across generations.

“It’s a pleasure to share an intimate evening at the iconic St. James in Wellington and sing these great classical songs and make sure they stay alive in the minds of a new generation. And with my new album ‘Live Love Sing!’ I‘ve loved the creative process of writing my own songs and creating something that is unique to me, which is a rare treat in my genre”.

Being committed to community service Geoff is also waiving his fee, with the proceeds of this event going to local Wellington project ‘The Karori Event Centre’. “Having grown up in Wellington, I am excited to be able to contribute to the building of what promises to be a quality performing arts and events venue for Wellingtonians to enjoy.” says Geoff.

A limited number of $50 tickets go on sale on Wednesday through www.ticketek.co.nz, 0800

TICKETEK. Make your individual or group booking to enjoy this one-off 2014 Wellington ‘Pop-Opera’ experience.

Geoff is proud to have released his second solo album Live Love Sing! Reflecting his varied work performing around the world, the album highlights his experience, talents and passions in life. Based in London, New Zealander Geoff Sewell is a qualified accountant, an entrepreneur, global CEO of entertainment company Incognito Artists, trained professional tenor, an internationally successful and multi-platinum selling recording artist – with No.1 albums with classical cross-over group Amici Forever for Sony BMG and RCA Victor, and as a solo artist, owning his own record label Sewell Music.

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