MSO.LIVE: Tina Arena
Australia’s favourite songstress joins the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in this exclusive MSO.LIVE concert. Since her discovery on Young Talent Time, Tina Arena’s career has become one of Australia’s greatest success stories. Celebrated for her powerful and angelic voice, she has topped the charts in Australia and abroad with albums in English and French. Bringing together music from her first platinum record Don’t Ask to her 2018 run in Opera Australia’s Evita, this performance celebrates Tina’s favourites across her extraordinary oeuvre. Tina Arena AM is one of Australia’s highest selling artists, with more than 10 million record sales, and seven ARIA awards. She is a member of the ARIA Hall of Fame, and a Member of the Order of Australia. PROGRAM Arenature Music Nicholas Buc Nights in White Satin Lyrics & Music Justin Hayward Wouldn’t It Be Good Lyrics & Music Nick Kershaw The Man With The Child In His Eyes Lyrics & Music Kate Bush Landslide Lyrics & Music Stevie Nicks Je m’appelle Bagdad Lyrics & Music David Gategno & Elodie Hesme Ave Maria Music Franz Schubert Don’t Cry For Me Argentina Lyrics Tim Rice & Music Andrew Lloyd-Weber Caruso Lyrics & Music Lucio Dalla Chains Lyrics & Music Tina Arena Heaven Help My Heart Lyrics & Music Tina Arena, David Tyson, & Dean McTaggart Everybody Hurts Lyrics & Music Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, & Michael Stipe. ARTISTS Tina Arena, vocals Nicholas Buc, conductor/arranger Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
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