Musician. Actress. Artist. Storyteller. The apex of all creative pursuits is personified in Jacqueline Dark. (And on top of it all, she’s also a genius in physics.) Jacqueline is an Australian mezzo-soprano whose career thus far has fulfilled the bucket-lists of so many aspiring singers, covering the spectrum from Wagner’s Fricka to Rodgers and Hammerstein’s […]

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They are back, and Bedlam is every bit as sensational as their first foray into the dark world of Berlin Kabarett and opera inspired cabaret. The Strange Bedfellows are opera singers, Jacqui Dark and Kanen Breen, taking time out for a walk on the wild side.

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Australian mezzo-soprano Jacqui Dark shares her diverse playlist, from 1980s pop to Benjamin Britten to Jacques Brel. Dark has been singing with Opera Australia for over a decade and tonight opens in Eugene Onegin at the Arts Centre Melbourne. And she has a degree in physics.

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