A Flowering Tree

Concert Hall QPAC

Opera Queensland opens its anticipated 2019 season with the Queensland premiere of A Flowering Tree, performed at QPAC from April 2 to 6.

This Helpmann Award winning production of A Flowering Tree features a stellar cast along with grand visuals.

A Flowering Tree QPAC, Opera Queensland

Be swept away by the imagery, the magic and the romance of this resplendent retelling of a traditional Indian folk tale, which explores themes of magic, metamorphosis and the healing power of deep and selfless love. This contemporary love story is not only a beautiful opera, it is relevant and relatable for our times.

Australian powerhouse soprano, Eva Kong, plays Kumudha, a beautiful, young woman with the magical ability to transform herself into a tree covered in exquisite blooms, but arrogance, jealousy and family rivalries cause catastrophic results. British-Australian tenor, Adrian Dwyer, plays the Prince and American bass-baritone, Craig Colclough, plays the role of Narrator.

By Deb Lidster 

Opera Queensland is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

A Flowering Tree

Concert Hall, QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

South Brisbane

Apr 2-6


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