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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The concerts will take place in Brisbane and Sydney

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Red Bull have announced the return of their Red Bull Symphonic concert, this time expanding to create a unique two-city experience. The performances will bring together multi-ARIA award winning Ghanaian-Australian artist Genesis Owusu with both the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra and Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

If you’ve seen me perform live, you know I love the drama. Bringing out the grandeur in every element. What’s grander and more theatrical than a punk-funk-rap enigma backed by a 40-piece orchestra? We getting real thespian out here.” Owusu shares.

Having been nominated for Best Live Act at the 2022 ARIA Awards, Owusu's magnetic live performances have continued to cement his place as one of Australia’s most innovative contemporary artists. His knack for creating drama and suspense within his sets makes this collaboration with Red Bull Symphonic a concert event not to be missed, with reimagined takes on his genre-fusing catalogue brought to life by the 40 piece Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, the 40 piece Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and award-winning Australian composer and arranger, Alex Turley (Sydney and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras, Omega Ensemble, Electric Fields, NGAIIRE).

Tickets are on sale now!

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