Australian songstress Kate Ceberano will be celebrating her 40-year career with a special concert at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival this June.
Joined by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Kate will perform songs from her 30th album, My Life is A Symphony, on Saturday June 10 at the Adelaide Festival Theatre, as part of a national tour.
The album is a celebration of Kate Ceberano's song writing from across her 40-year recording career. Kate will take audiences through her incredible catalogue from pop anthems Brave and Pash to iconic songs she has interpreted along the way including I Don't Know How to Love Him and Some Day I'll Fly Away.
Kate is also a co-artistic director of this year's festival, having held the role from 2012-2014. Aside from her own show, she will participate in the opening night 2023 Variety Gala, featuring appearances from David Campbell, Eddie Perfect, Julia Zemiro, Ali McGregor and more.
While the full festival program will be released in March, an early announcement is the Australian exclusive appearance of world-famous French cabaret act Paris Combo.
Their show A Celebration Of Songs of Belle Du Berry will be at the Dunstan Playhouse. Programmed by co-artistic director Julia Holt, the ensemble returns to Adelaide with their fun-loving mix of swinging gypsy-jazz cabaret, French pop and world rhythms and will pay tribute to their late charismatic chanteuse and songwriter Belle du Berry, with selections from their shared final studio album, Quesaco?
Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2023 opens on June 9 and runs until June 24.
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