Taking place on Saturday the 18th of March, Melbournites will be able to bask in the blended genius of Ngaiire and revered conductor Nicholas Buc.
In a special one-night-only event, neo-soul star and ARIA-nominated queen Ngaiire will join the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for a stunning performance that blends her futuristic RnB sound with the symphonic excellency of the ensemble.
Taking place on Saturday the 18th of March, Melbournites will be able to bask in the blended genius of Ngaiire and revered conductor Nicholas Buc, as they transport you to a new musical land, under the roof of Hamer Hall.
The performance will draw on career musical highlights, specifically honing in on her latest album 3. Award-winning composer Alex Turley will arrange the hits for Orchestra, creating an entirely new version of Ngaiire's beloved catalogue.
Previously, Ngaiire joined the Sydney Symphony Orchestra to lend her talents and artistic gifts. Rave reviews accompanied this epic sold-out performance on the Sydney Opera House Forecourt.
Hailing for the Easter Highlands and New Ireland provinces of Papua New Guinea, Ngaiire first gained attention on Australian Idol. Since then she has gone from strength to strength, creating genre-defining albums and performing with some of the biggest artists in the world such as Alicia Keys, Flume, Hiatus Kaiyote, Leon Bridges and Sufjan Stevens.
Outside of her musical talent, the proud First Nations woman is an avid visual artist and creator. She is the painter behind her award-nominated album cover for 3 and has had her video work hung and displayed at the Art Gallery Of NSW.
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Combining all of her artistic talents for this special show, Ngaiire is set to give the performance of a lifetime.