Opera voices dazzle crowds at screening

Sophia ConstantineNorth West Telegraph

The Port Hedland Civic Centre gardens was the place to be on Saturday, February 3, as hundreds turned out to enjoy West Australian Opera’s performance of La Boheme.

Musician Jye Whiteman delighted crowds before the live opera performance.
Camera IconMusician Jye Whiteman delighted crowds before the live opera performance. Credit: Pictures: Sophia Constantine, Sophia Constantine.
La Boheme simulcast at Port Hedland Civic Centre.
Camera IconLa Boheme simulcast at Port Hedland Civic Centre. Credit: Sophia Constantine.

Matt Dann Theatre and Cinema simulcast the production being performed at Perth’s Supreme Court Gardens, giving diehard opera fans and first-timers the chance to experience the beauty of the live performance under the stars.

Touching on the moments in life that make us human, Giacomo Puccini’s popular masterpiece La Boheme was a combination of beautiful melodies and spine-tingling performances.

Isaac Penny, 2, brought his deck chair along to enjoy a comfortable viewing of the performance.
Camera IconIsaac Penny, 2, brought his deck chair along to enjoy a comfortable viewing of the performance. Credit: Sophia Constantine.
Grace, 11, Jesse, 5, Yasmina, and Liam Smith, 8, enjoying a family night out under the stars.
Camera IconGrace, 11, Jesse, 5, Yasmina, and Liam Smith, 8, enjoying a family night out under the stars. Credit: Sophia Constantine.

Town of Port Hedland Mayor Camilo Blanco said the evening provided a unique opportunity for the local community.

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