International siren and comedienne extraordinaire, Meow Meow, returns to the Melbourne concert stage this May accompanied by the full force of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for a glorious performance of subversive and sublime entertainment.
In this spectacular return, conducted by Ben Northey, Meow Meow and the MSO invite audiences to Hamer Hall for an unforgettable evening of exquisite music and much more mayhem!
Prepare for Piazzolla tangos, Weill, Brecht, Brel – even Radiohead – alongside original chansons written by the queen of song with her frequent collaborators Iain Grandage and Thomas M Lauderdale from Pink Martini.
Meow Meow will join conductor Ben Northey in an exclusive In Conversation event, discussing creating art, music and mayhem and everything in between on Wednesday 19 May. Limited tickets available.
David Bowie once described Meow Meow as one of those ‘certain artists you just never miss; when they come into town, you go and see them.’
‘There is nothing that this woman cannot do… Her voice is astonishing.’ – The London Telegraph
“…a deconstructive tour de force.” – The Age
‘There are not many women who can stun an audience into pin-drop silence with an exquisitely delivered torch song one moment and rock the rafters with laughter the next. That rare combination – devilish funny bones and heavenly vocal chords… no one does it better than Meow.’ – Evening Standard, UK.
MEOW MEOW IN CONVERSATION
Wednesday 19 May at 6pm
Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Southbank