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.