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Meg Washington with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra

3 February 2024

This event takes place off site at Sydney Town Hall

Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Contemporary Music

Renowned for her sensational, soulful live performances, leading Australian artist Meg Washington is taking to the stage with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

Please note: this event is not held at the Sydney Opera House.

There’s truly nothing that Megan Washington can’t do

Rolling Stone

Meg Washington

Nominated for 10 ARIA Awards and the winner of three - Breakthrough Artist, Best Female and in 2020, Best Cover Art for her fourth studio album, the ground-breaking and critically acclaimed Batflowers. Always full of surprises, last year Meg released a minimalist, crystalline interpretation of Hot Fuss by The Killers. Meg has just released a brand-new song, Eastcoaster with more new music to come in 2024.

Conducted by Vanessa Scammell, this electrifying performance with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra will showcase Meg Washington’s newest music, alongside the songs that made her famous, including Catherine Wheel, Lazarus Drug, Kiss Me Like You’re Going to Die and Skeleton Key.

Don’t miss this spectacular collaboration this February at the Sydney Town Hall!

Presented by Sydney Symphony Orchestra

PLEASE NOTE: The performance previously advertised for Friday 2nd February has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. If you have purchased tickets for this performance you have been contacted to discuss your ticketing options. The Sydney Symphony apologises for any inconvenience as a result of this change.

Artists

Conductor Vanessa Scammell 
Vocalist/piano Meg Washington 
Guitar Ben Edgar 

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