One of Australia’s finest performers, Casey Donovan brings her powerhouse vocals to the City Recital Hall stage. Together with Daniel Edmonds (Music Director/Piano), their superstar band and a delicious assortment of iconic hits, this one night only event will vanquish any doubt that Casey Donovan is our Queen of the Power Ballad.
Weaving stories with her unmistakable wit and charm, Casey Donovan in Concert features the music of Eva Cassidy, Billy Joel, Adele, Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé and if they run out of tunes…we’ve left Casey the phone book.
Join us for an evening of extraordinary music-making with the inimitable, Casey Donovan.
Presented by City Recital Hall.
Run time:120 mins
Mon 18 Jan at 7.30pm
A Reserve Full Price – $99
A Reserve Concession – $89.10
B Reserve Full Price – $89
B Reserve Concession – $80.10
C Reserve Full Price – $79
C Reserve Concession – $71.10
+ booking fee
Please note that paired seats cannot be split, therefore if you are after a single seat please select a seat that is on its own.
If you are after other configurations, please contact the Sydney Festival office during business hours.
City Recital Hall has a hearing loop located in the auditorium. Please note that seats 51-54 in every row are not serviced by the hearing loop.
There are two main entrances into City Recital Hall. The Pitt Street entrance has no steps with level access from the street leading into the ground floor foyer. Patrons can also enter via Ash street through the lift to the ground floor foyer.
There are two accessible parking spaces located on Pitt Street near the corner of Angel Place. Accessible parking spaces are also available in the Wilson Carpark next to City Recital Hall at 123 Pitt Street, beside the venue lifts. Patrons are able to access the Hall directly using the car park lift. Two courtesy wheelchairs are available for use on site, please contact the venue before your visit if you require a wheelchair.
Service animals are permitted into the venue.
Easy Read signage is provided throughout City Recital Hall. Viewing distances are also provided from the middle of the stage to the centre of the rows. Please visit the accessibility section of their website for distances.
A strict lockout period applies. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
After a meteoric rise to fame at the age of 16, Casey became the youngest ever winner of Australian Idol in 2004. Casey is a multi-Award winner and nominee, including an ARIA No #1 Award for Listen with Your Heart and Deadly Awards for Best Album, Best Single and Most Promising New Talent as well as winner of the public vote for her song Proud for Eurovision Australia Decides 2020. More recently, Casey performed the role of Matron Mama Morton in the musical Chicago in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
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