Feast for the senses with Opera Australia

Opera Australia Good Food Month

Opera Australia’s star performers, soprano Lorina Gore, tenor Simon Kim and music director Tahu Matheson are teaming up with celebrated Chef Luke Mangan and champion wine-maker Keith Tulloch to present an exclusive night of fine food, wine and opera at the Hilton’s glamorous Glass Brasserie.This is a rare opportunity for connoisseurs of both food and music to experience Simon Kim’s breathtaking rendition of Turandot’s famous aria ‘Nessun

This is a rare opportunity for connoisseurs of both food and music to experience Simon Kim’s breathtaking rendition of Turandot’s famous aria ‘Nessun dorma’ along with celebrated duets with Lorina Gore from universally loved opera’s La Bohème and La Traviata in an intimate and unique setting.

It’s also a wonderful opportunity to dine on some of the finest food and wine Australia has to offer. The four-course meal, curated by Luke Mangan and head chef Peter Cassidy, will include Glass Brasserie classics along with dishes specifically created for the evening. Each course will be paired with wine from premium, small-batch Keith Tulloch wines.

During the evening, hear our hosts Luke Mangan speak about the food, Keith Tulloch introduce the wine and Lyndon Terracini AM on all things opera.

First Course
Kingfish sashimi, ginger & eschalot dressing, Persian feta
Keith Tulloch emillon 2017
Keith Tulloch Per Diem pinot gris 2017

Second Course
Barramundi fillet, prawn, black pepper sauce, Asian greens
Keith Tulloch chardonnay 2016

Third Course
Roasted lamb cutlet & dry-aged rump, spiced pumpkin, pickled mushrooms, grilled leek
Keith Tulloch ‘The Kester’ shiraz 2014

Final Course
Glass chocolate egg, coconut & mandarin centre, white chocolate almond crumb
Keith Tulloch botrytis semillon 2015

Opera Australia Feast on Opera at Glass Brasserie
Wednesday 25 October 6:30pm for 7:00pm start
Glass Brasserie, Hilton Sydney – 488 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

Tickets $250 per person includes 4-course meal by Luke Mangan with matching Tulloch wines.
This event will have communal seating. Groups of six will be seated on one individual table, where possible.