Brisbane native Kate Miller-Heidke is bringing her Helpmann Award winning live show home.
Joined by Queensland’s chamber orchestra, the Camerata of St John’s, Miller-Heidke will play QPAC’s Concert Hall for one night only.
Conducted by Benjamin Northey, Miller-Heidke’s monumental voice will be accompanied by visuals from Australian director Amy Gebhardt.
Touring her new show for the first time since its debut in Tasmania at the MOFO festival, Miller-Heidke will present audiences with an orchestral re-imagining of her catalogue, featuring favourites from her album O Vertigo, new material and songs from her most recent theatre performance, The Rabbits.
As always, Miller-Heidke will come armed with those triple-octave pipes, capable of switching between screwball lyrebird calls and hymnal-quiet hushes, before breaking out into operatic, glass-breaking siren calls.
For this special event, the Camerata of St John’s will be joined by their extended family of winds, brass and percussion.
Kate Miller-Heidke and Camerata of St John’s will play QPAC Concert Hall on Friday 10 March at 7:30pm. For more info and tickets, visit qpac.com.au.