Operanesia Concert, Jones Rd

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Operanesia house Operanesia is a quartet of classically trained and qualified vocalists, all of whom hail from the Pacific Islands. The quartet is made up of two Tongan tenors, a Samoan baritone and a Samoan bass baritone.

On February 27 they’ll be featuring in an evening concert staged at a beautiful property in Jones Road, Omaha. It’ll have a something for everyone, from Bizet and Puccini to Elvis. Bring your own picnic and wine to enjoy on the expansive lawn.

All proceeds of the concert will go to the Auckland Opera Studio Foundation to assist with a travel fund for young singers. The Foundation is a charitable trust set up to provide tuition and performance platforms for talented university graduates.

This concert will be raising money for four vocalists to travel to the USA for a special short-term study programme. They’ll work with Virginia Zeani, one of the great opera divas of the sixties and seventies, and one of the most successful teachers in America.

Joel Amosa, Noah Filimoehala, Kalauni Pouvalu and Benson Wilson are all highly experienced, award-winning artists. Their infectious humour, incredible vocal talent and obvious love of music has won them quite a fan club. Don’t miss the chance to experience this very special concert in a glorious location.

Operanesia  |  February 27, 5.30pm  |  144 Jones Road, Omaha | Tickets $35, under 16 free  Contact Helen for reservations on (09) 523 1013 or shelen@jpasearch.com