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Paloma Faith to perform with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra

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Paloma Faith has been blessed with a vocal talent that appears to channel the style, if not actual soul, of Billie Holiday, Janis Joplin, Etta James, and more of the best female artistry in music.

This year, the award-winning and multi-platinum artist will debut with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) at the Sydney Opera House.

On Friday 6 April, in an exclusive performance, Faith will perform songs from her new album The Architect including ‘Guilty’, ‘Cry Baby’, ‘‘Til I’m Done’ and other favourites such as ‘Can’t Rely on You’, ‘Picking up the Pieces’ and the ARIA #1 4 x platinum hit ‘Only Love Can Hurt Like This’.

Said Faith in a press statement: “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to perform with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and in such a prestigious venue… Ever since Australia gave me my first No. 1, it feels like home. I can’t wait to pick up where I left off!”

This will be Paloma Faith’s first-ever orchestral performance in Australia.  Lisa Andrews

 

Booking Information:

Tickets on sale: 10am Friday 9 February 2017

Dates: 8pm Friday 6 April 2018

Venue: Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House

Prices: Tickets from $89

Bookings: sydneysymphony.com or SSO Box Office on (02) 8215 4600 

 

Note: Paloma Faith is one of 88 artists who feature in the new book by Cream editor, Antonino Tati titled ‘There’s Your Quote, Mate’ available through Booktopia, Dymocks and other quality bookstores.

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