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Tenor Of Oz Returns To Regional Queensland

Paul Tabone is returning to his roots, bringing his Golden Days show to Mackay in May.

After four years of performing in London’s West End and hanging up his time on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, playing Ubaldo Piangi, Paul has announced his massive Australian show, Goldens Days: Songs from the Movies and Musicals.

This mammoth of a touring show has Paul travelling lengths of Australia, showcasing his tenor and musical range.

The performance takes audiences on a journey, including much loved classics from the ‘Golden Age’ of music, and drawing on more contemporary favourites, including Disney and popular musicals, including The Student Prince, The Phantom of the Opera and Toast of New Orleans.

Highlight performances include ‘Love Changes Everything’, ‘Bring Him Home’ and ‘Oh, What a Beautiful Morning’.

Moving through decades of music and fantastic inspiration, Paul leaves no member of the audience behind, guiding them through his performance magically.

He will be sharing the stage with friend and past lecturer Professor Judith Brown, with guest appearances of Madison Crase and Isabella Davison.

Being dubbed the ‘tenor from Oz’ is high acclaim, and Paul Tabone does not disappoint. Paul and his Golden Days tour will be at Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music (CQCM Music, Boundary Road), on Sunday, May 14, at 1pm.

WHAT: Paul Tabone presents Golden Days

WHEN: Sunday, May 14

WHERE: Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music


Paul Tabone, dubbed Tenor of Oz returns to Mackay

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