Sydney Sings, a July festival organised by Leo Schofield and promising big names, has been called off at less than a month’s notice.
The official reasons is the ‘sudden illness of the event’s executive director Jarrod Carland‘.
We wish him better.
Behind cupped hands, there are suggestions the Government failed to deliver on a past minister’s promises.
The highlights were supposed to be Jessye Norman giving a masterclass and a 600-voice choir in Carmina Burana.