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Kate Miller-Heidke

with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Adelaide Premiere

  • About

    Indie pop queen, coloratura soprano, composer and lyricist for superbly crafted stand-alone songs or large scale music theatre works; KMH has what it takes and more. Her recent appearances with other major Australian orchestras have sent fans and newcomers alike into raptures (she really knows how to work a crowd) and now it’s finally Adelaide’s turn.

    Hear Kate and the ASO perform a decade of hits, from the dazzling (‘O Vertigo!’) to the hilarious (‘Can’t Shake It’) to the incisive (‘You’ve Underestimated Me, Dude’) to the poignant (‘Sarah’, ‘The Last Day on Earth’), together with selections from The Rabbits, all clothed in the glorious orchestral garb of Iain Grandage and some of the finest arrangers in Australia.


    FESTIVAL FORUMS
    Don't miss miss the chance to get up close and personal with Kate Miller-Heidke ahead of her Adelaide Festival debut at the Festival Forums. She will discuss the Australian music industry and her career highlights, including her work on the recent musical adaptation of Muriel’s Wedding and her Helpmann award-winning original opera The Rabbits.
    Thursday 8 Mar, 12.30pm, The Palais, Adelaide Riverbank

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  • Credits

    Vocalist, Keyboard Kate Miller-Heidke
    Guitar Keir Nuttall
    Conductor Benjamin Northey
    and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

    Presented by Adelaide Festival and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

    Image Jo Duck

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