17 May 2016

Star soprano Mirusia on Empire stage this month

 Brisbane born soprano Mirusia will return home with her new solo program This Time Tomorrow, live on the Empire Theatre stage on May 28.

For the past nine years the thirty year old Australian, hailed the angel of Australia, has toured extensively around the globe as Star soprano for André Rieu. 

Mirusia has achieved recognition as a true international performer, singing many styles of music including opera, musical theatre, pop and jazz.

 Mirusia has come a long way since studying opera at the Queensland Conservatorium, when, at the age of 21, she became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious Dame Joan Sutherland Opera Award.  

On recording her newest album, This Time Tomorrow, on which her tour is based, Mirusia said, “This Time Tomorrow is an album that encompasses every wish I have for my fans – a brighter tomorrow and something to look forward to. Every song is hand selected and has a special meaning to me,” she said.

2016 sees Mirusia returning to home shores to present a two hour classical-crossover program with the backing of her Chamber Orchestra which includes a Strings Section, Harp, Percussion, Double Bass, Grand Piano and Choral Singers. Her repertoire features songs from her Award Winning Albums, including Ave Maria, Romanza, Memory, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again, All I Ask Of You, and her own compositions.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Box Office on 1300 655 299 or visit www.empiretheatre.com.au