Fleur goes mad for Mozart

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FLEUR Millar-Brockman is a soprano who pays homage to the world’s greatest musical genius in “Mad for Mozart”.

With a Bachelor of Music Performance in Voice from the Victorian College of the Arts and a BA in Drama and Art History from the ANU, she’ll be singing some of the most exciting  music ever written, likely to make audiences “Mad  for Mozart”.

Fleur Millar-Brockman.
In 2009, Millar-Brockman returned from Europe, after performing in London, Germany and Switzerland, her initial travels supported by a scholarship from the Youth Music Foundation of Australia.

Back in Australia she sang the role of Caroline in the new opera “Capital” at The Street Theatre.

She started The World’s Smallest Opera Company, and has also worked for Melbourne Girls’ Grammar School and Geelong Grammar School and founded a singing teaching company.

Millar-Brockman is accompanied on the piano by Canberra’s  James Huntingford.

The idea is to make this “the most  sparkling celebration of Mozart this side of Salzburg.”

“Mad for Mozart”, dinner and show,  at 7pm on November 25,  afternoon high tea,  Sunday, at 5pm on November 27. Bookings to 6257 2718.

 

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