Making silver memories in Brisbane

, Mirusia.

The Australian soprano, Mirusia is back home in Brisbane, having toured as André Rieu’s star soprano worldwide for more than twelve years, and will feature as the headline artist at the inaugural Silver Memories Christmas Spectacularwith Mirusia at Brisbane City Hall on Sunday, 19th of December, 2021.

Named the “Angel of Australia” by the world-renowned Dutch violinist, Mirusia will perform at the Christmas Spectacular with the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra and The Queensland Choir.

The famous soprano is an ambassador for Silver Memories, a 24/7 broadcast service for the aged. She has performed with The Seekers, The Wiggles and many famous overseas artists.

Mirusia’s numerous albums have all debuted at Number 1 on the Australian ARIA Charts and her musical talents span the pop, classical, crossover and jazz genres.

Mirusia will be joined on stage at the Christmas Spectacular by Brisbane baritone Jason Barry-Smith, who will compere the concert, to perform Christmas favourites. Silver Memories’ patron, The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO will also be on hand to inaugurate proceedings.

A full symphony orchestra conducted by Stefanie Smith, 60-voice choir and Mirusia, the Angel of Australia – the Silver Memories Christmas Spectacularwith Mirusia is the ideal family concert celebration that promises to be the must-attend Christmas event of the year!

For more information about Silver Memories, please visit:

Who- Mirusia, Jason Barry-Smith, Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, The Queensland Choir, Stefanie Smith.

What- Silver Memories Christmas Spectacular with Mirusia

Where- Brisbane City Hall

When- Sunday, 19 December, 2021, 3pm


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