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‘Opera by Twilight’ in the Heart of Newmarket

31 January 2007

‘OPERA BY TWILIGHT’ in the heart of Newmarket

Celebrate summer breezes, barbecues, holidays and the seaside at Opera Factory’s up coming early evening concert of popular arias and songs.

The delightful summer concert on Sunday 25 February showcases some of New Zealand’s top emerging singing talent at their Newmarket theatre.

‘Opera by Twilight’ features Malcolm Ede, Philip Rhodes, Emma Sloman, Sarah Wood and other talented Opera Factory singers accompanied by Rosemary Barnes and is suitable for all ages.

The Opera Factory theatre is at 7 Eden Street Newmarket – a short stroll round the corner from Two Double Seven Broadway, the Link bus and the railway station.
Parking is available in adjacent streets or public car -parks.


What: ‘OPERA BY TWILIGHT’ in Newmarket, Auckland.
An early evening operatic concert celebrating summer breezes, summer holidays and the seaside

Who: Opera Factory singers including Emma Sloman, Malcolm Ede, Sarah Wood and others accompanied by Rosemary Barnes.

When: Sunday 25 February at 6.30pm

Where: Opera Factory - 7 Eden Street, Newmarket Auckland

Tickets: Phone (09) 361 1000 or book online at
$25 (concessions available) * booking fee may apply

About Opera Factory
Opera Factory provides an annual program of performance, opportunity, education and training for enthusiastic young amateur singers of all levels and singers intending a professional career. Opera Factory offers a variety of performance experiences including short chamber operas, larger scale full operas, opera excerpts, concerts, and special events.

Opera Factory studio theatre is in the heart of Newmarket round the corner from Two Double Seven shopping centre. Minutes walk to public car parking, link bus and train.


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