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Saturday, January 20th, 2018
8:00 PM
Opera in the Alps returns to the Beechworth Golf Course in 2018. Experience an evening like no other - a night of food, wine, music and entertainment. Share this night with the divine talents of Mark Vincent (My Fair Lady), Anna Voshege (Opera Scholar of the Year 2014), James Morrison (Jazz Extraordinaire) and Guy Noble (ABC Radio) in the tranquility of Victoria's historic town.

When: Saturday 20 January 2018Time: Gates open at 5:30pm | performance will commence at 8:00pmWhere: Beechworth Golf Course, Balaclava Road, BeechworthArtists: Mark Vincent, Anna Voshege, James Morrison, Guy Noble, Opera Scholars Australia and Alpha SinfoniaProgram: To be announced

Gates open at 5:30pm, including box office, food and wine vendors and pre-concert entertainment.

The main performance will commence from 8:00pm and the evening finishing at approximately 10:40pm.

No BYO alcohol. Alcohol is available for purchase at the Event.

You may BYO picnic, food vendors are also available.

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas.

No glass - this includes wine glasses, jars, or any other containers or items made of glass.

General toilets and disabled toilets are available on site.

St John's Ambulance Australia will also be on site.

Our Premium Dining Package offers a three course meal accompanied by local wines. Taking place in the comfort of the Baarmutha Park Function Centre before the concert, guest are treated to an exclusive performance by Opera Scholars Australia.Premium Dining Package $297.50 per head.Our Premium Tapas cocktail event includes a variety of tapas and local wines in the Tapas side stage marquee and receive an exclusive performance by Opera Scholars Australia before the concert.Premium Tapas Package $232.50 per head.All Premium Package guests will be escorted to their Premium seat to enjoy the concert from the best view in the house. Premium package price inclusive of $2.50 booking fee.
Three Opera Scholar Australia finalists will perform solos at Opera in the Alps, competing for the title of Opera Scholar of the Year. The audience will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite, helping to decide which Scholar will win the coveted title of Opera Scholar of the Year and the late Betty Amsden AO Scholarship worth $5000. Current Scholar of the Year Madeleine Crombie will also be appearing.
If you require accommodation we recommend to book as soon as possible. Accommodation in Beechworth and Wangaratta book out well in advance. Along with hotels and motels, Airbnb also provides a platform for homestay options in the regions. Consider exploring other towns in the North-East region including: