Music of the Night

Music of the Night is a musical feast showcasing a rich menu of the most beautiful and engaging classical, music theatre and pop pieces ever written.  Performed by four captivating and powerful singers, Music of the Night journeys the full musical spectrum. Each piece in this musical smorgasbord is handpicked for its beauty, emotion and ability to transport audiences to a heavenly realm.


Music of the Night Producer, Hao Zhou says “I originally designed this program for a performance in Mindel Beach, Darwin to an audience of 3,000 people.  It was so popular that I decided to showcase the program across Australia.  In designing the program I wanted to create a truly memorable performance full of energy and passion. I wanted audiences to feel as if they were being taken on a journey”.

Experienced director, Hugh Halliday brings life and drama to this Il Divo­-style musical production with a selection of works including: Somewhere (West Side Story), Music of the Night (Phantom of the Opera), Lakme Duet (Bizet), I Don’t Know How To Love Him (Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat), I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady), Quando M’en Vo (La Boheme), Time To Say Goodbye  (Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli) and the Adagio (Il Divo version).
Hugh Halliday’s career has spanned nearly five decades and has included opera, music theatre, cabaret, special events and gala spectaculars. He has been the associate director for the arena production of Carmen in Zurich, Berlin and Munich, the gigantic stadium production of Aida for Michael Edgley International in Singapore, Perth, Auckland and Brisbane and directed Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in La Boheme for Auckland Opera, IMG and the Victoria State Opera. He has directed for Melbourne Opera Company, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera, Stonnington Opera in the Park and the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

Music of the Night is a dramatic cocktail - one part opera, two parts musical theatre, three parts rock concert. Audiences will be captivated from the very first note by the beauty of the pieces, the power of the music and the energy of the performers. 

Don’t miss Music of the Night.