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Do Mardi Gras In Style With The Oslo Fagottkor Choir And Ingrid Bjørnov

By Jacqui Thompson - 23 Feb 2014

All the way from Norway, the Oslo fagottkor choir and the talented musician, author and composer Ingrid Bjørnov, will be taking centre stage at the Sydney Opera House this Mardi Gras to perform 'The Hills Are staying Alive—A Tribute To All Our Favourite Things'.

A wonderful mix of musical genres and styles, accompanied with a good dose of love and humour, 'The Hills Are Staying Alive' is a flamboyant ode to all things showbiz.

Performing February 26th and 27th in the famed Utzon Room, the 30-strong choir, led by Ingrid Bjørnov and choreographed by Tomas Adrian Glans, will take to the stage. The Oslo fagottkors are famous nationally in Norway and have performed at the Eurovision Song Contest; Ingrid Bjørnov has over 30 years of experience as a performer, has performed in front of royalty, and is renowned for her opening performance of the new opera house in Oslo; whilst Tomas Adrian Glans has travelled the world working on stage productions including Cabaret, Grease, Hairspray and Chicago. This will be a world-class musical performance.

Head here to book tickets.

Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room
Wednesday February 26th, 9 pm
Thursday February 27th, 7:30 pm

Photos: Jörg Wiesner (Bjørnov by Yina Chan)

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