Queensland Pops Orchestra: Amigos Para Siempre

A concert 20 years in the making
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    Concert Hall, QPAC
    Brisbane • 20 - 20 October
    TWO SHOWS ONLY
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    $85.00 - $92.00*
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    Concert Hall, QPAC
    Brisbane • 20 - 20 October
    TWO SHOWS ONLY
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    $85.00 - $92.00*
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About the event

Pavarotti, Carreras and Domingo, aka The Three Tenors, gave opera a new-found street-cred with the masses, single-handedly catapulting arias like Puccini’s Nessun Dorma to mega-hit single status. They redefined the musical performance landscape when they first hit the stage together in the early 1990s and now their vocal combination is the stuff of legend. Not to be outdone, Patrick Pickett and the mighty Queensland Pops Orchestra revisit the artistry of this winning sound with their very own ‘Friends for Life’: Gregory Moore, Nathan Kneen and Adam Lopez, the stars of this very special milestone concert. All three have earned their entertainment stripes with the Pops over several decades … and they’re back – with soaring voices and stage banter aplenty – to show off their wonderful talents in this, the third of the Pops’ 2018 series. Unlike established singing troupes, Amigos Para Siempre marks the first time these three friends have performed together in a concert of this scale and scope. They’ve worked alongside each other in operas and musicals over the years but, as Greg reflects, “It’s taken us 20 years, so this is something worth celebrating! It’s unique to have three friends, quite diverse in our respective careers, to come together and perform as a headline act for the first time.”