The ever-fabulous mezzo gives us a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at Black Rider for Victorian Opera and Malthouse. “Come on in … take off your skin, and dance around in your bones.” An utterly appropriate line from a show in which skin-shedding, shape-shifting and bone-rattling choreography reign supreme. This rehearsal period for Malthouse Theatre and Victorian […]
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.
5 Stars says Brian Godfrey of Glam Adelaide. “There is never a question about the vocal skills of these two fine performers. Each genre is sung with gusto and wholly appropriate timbre… few opera singers can achieve this. But hang on… they can act as well! Their work is wry, vicious, visceral and provocative, with […]
I just had to ask Jacqui Dark and Kanen Breen what we could expect from them in their Adelaide Cabaret Festival performance, Strange Bedfellows – Bedlam. This is their second time at the Festival, and their previous effort earned a Green Room nomination at the 2015 Melbourne Cabaret Festival.
Thursday 8th June 2017, 6:30pm, Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House Sydney Symphony Orchestra brings back annual favourite LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS, this time under the baton of multi-talented Guy Noble with guest soloist, acclaimed star of Opera, Musical Theatre and Cabaret, Jacqueline Dark.
★★★★☆ Thrilling choral theatrics abound when the church goes to the opera. Clever idea for a programme this: an evening of musical prayers juxtaposing a sacred masterwork by a great Italian opera composer with a series of operatic supplications to divine beings by his contemporaries.
The star of Rufus Wainwright’s Adelaide Festival opera talks us through the highs and the lows of life as a Prima Donna
The singer from the Australian production of ‘The Sound Of Music’ stopped by The Morning Show for a special performance and chat.
Music Love interviews Jacqueline Dark about what music means to her, the state of opera in Australia and much more.
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.