Hot on the heels of her chart-topping album ‘Songbird’, superstar soprano Mirusia is currently touring the country and will make The Joan in Penrith one of her upcoming stops.
Mirusia’s brand-new autobiographical show follows her life’s journey in song that traces her humble beginnings from an aspiring young Queensland singer of Australian and Dutch heritage to international soprano sensation touring stadiums with the ‘King of the Waltz’ Andre Rieu and a collaboration with Aussie music royalty, the original members of iconic band, The Seekers.
From her personal songbook, Mirusia performs the music that has been most inspiring on her journey to become one of the world’s favourite classical crossover artists and shares stories behind the music.
Her upcoming show will include beloved classics spanning many genres and feature songs from her new album ‘Songbird’, including contemporary hits such as ‘The Greatest Love of All’, ‘The Long and Winding Road’, ‘Jolene’ and Fleetwood Mac’s ode to love, ‘Songbird’.
“This concert and new album features mostly songs I’ve not performed or recorded before, but have always wanted to share with my audience – some songs that are dear to my heart and of a personal nature, and others that have played a pivotal part in my rich and blessed career to date,” Mirusia said.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see one of the world’s greatest sopranos in your very own backyard.
Mirusia will be performing at The Joan on Sunday, September 25 at 1.30pm. Tickets start at $69.90. To book, call 4723 7600 or visit www.thejoan.com.au.
Cassidy Pearce is a news and entertainment journalist with The Western Weekender. A graduate of the University of Technology Sydney, she has previously worked with Good Morning Macarthur and joined the Weekender in 2022.