Presented by Sydney Opera House
Sensual blend of art, film, dance and music by William Kentridge
Sibyl is a rich sensory experience melding exquisite music, powerful vocals, and compelling visuals from visionary South African artist William Kentridge. The evening of two parts begins with The Moment Has Gone, a film with live score, followed by Waiting for the Sibyl, a chamber opera featuring nine performers and piano.
Created in collaboration with choral director and dancer, Nhlanhla Mahlangu, and one of South Africa's leading progressive pianists and composers, Kyle Shepherd, this show is a stunning blend of visual art, dance and live music.
The home of Opera Australia and the Australian Ballet, the Joan Sutherland Theatre is the second largest indoor venue in the Opera House with a seated capacity for up to 1507. It features an extensive fly system and flexible staging and is suitable for all genres. Up to 70 musicians can be accommodated in the orchestra pit.
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