Music lovers can enjoy a memorable mix of rock, classical and aerial acrobatics in Sydney next month.
Brits catching flights to Sydney next month will be able to catch a free musical performance, which is certainly out of the ordinary.
Shenzo Gregorio, leader of the Stunt Orchestra, combines the skills of a virtuoso with the athleticism of an acrobat, playing violin and singing, whilst suspended up to 46 feet above the ground.
As if that wasn’t enough, Shenzo is accompanied by two aerial acrobats, who perform choreographed routines to the music, and a three-piece band, featuring guitar, drums and bass.
Fresh from a run of highly successful shows in Hong Kong, the Stunt Orchestra will be playing eight free performances at Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building, starting on June 16th.
Music lovers can expect an eclectic mix of tracks, from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons to AC/DC, and from Spinal Tap to Johann Sebastian Bach.
Other top cultural events taking place in Sydney next month include an art exhibition showcasing black and white photographs of the Dalai Lama.
A Dalai Lama Portrait by David Roberts will be free to the public during June and July at the Customs House gallery.
Written by Erin Marshall