The Burdekin Shire Council is once again holding a FREE Christmas themed Morning Melodies event. This year, we’re excited to bring you Sentimental Journey with Vov Dylan and Glenn Amer!
Vov Dylan (Australia’s Andre Rieu) and Glenn Amer (the voice of Mario Lanza and the fingers of Liberace) join forces to take audiences on a musical journey filled with great stories and humour and of course great melodies.
Join us on a musical journey through over a hundred years of songs from ‘light classical delights’ to the standards of ‘the American songbook’ through to the Musical Theatre hits of recent years, as well as some Christmas favourites.
This is a BSC FREE Christmas event. Whilst tickets are free, seats are limited. Secure your seats today to avoid missing out on this special Christmas event!
About Vov Dylan
VOV DYLAN is an Australian Violinist with music that flows from every fibre of his body.
A third generation musician, Vov was born to the Violin and was first recognised at 21 months of age.
From here there was no stopping Vov – where as a child he became a regular in the Classical music circuit, appeared on ABC TV, won awards and Scholarships as a Violinist, and recorded for Radio Blue Skies and 102.5 2MBS FM.
Having decided to become a professional Violinist, Vov began to work with some of the best musicians in Australia. Working with members of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, Continental and Gypsy Jazz with musicians from Russia and Italy, Jazz and Cocktail music with performers who were always on global tours.
About Glenn Amer:
Glenn has been working with singers since his first concert at the age of eleven. For many years, Glenn was the exclusive accompanist to Rita Hunter CBE and Horst Hoffmann. Glenn’s first love was opera and he has worked as a pianist and conductor with Opera Queensland, Pacific Opera and Opera Australia.
In addition to everything above, Glenn is musical director for The Seven Sopranos and their debut album for ABC Classics shot to the top of the charts when it was released.
Tickets are free, however seats are limited. To secure your seat to this very special event, reserve your tickets through the Burdekin Theatre website, visit the Council Customer Service Desk , or phone (07) 4783 9800.