Bird in Hand Winery is proud to announce a spectacular evening with the return of talented group Pot-Pourri and Soprano Greta Bradman on Saturday 16th April 2011 at the Woodside winery.
Greta Bradman, Granddaughter of cricketing icon Sir Donald Bradman, is a remarkably talented musician. Greta released her first solo album, Forest of Dreams (dedicated to her parents and two sons) with Sony Music in August 2010. It debuted in the top 10 on the Australian classical album chart and has been nominated for an ARIA award. Greta has a strong passion for supporting charities and projects that assist in improving the mental and physical heath and wellbeing of disadvantaged Australians. The concert will support Nurse Aid- the organisation that nursed Sir Donald Bradman in his final days. Bradman is currently developing her blossoming career in Melbourne and is very excited to return to her hometown in Adelaide for a special performance.
Pot-Pourri has captivated audiences around the world on over 40 international tours with their unique sound, much-loved repertoire of opera and music theatre. The inspiring group has been named BT Publishing’s Australian Event Entertainer of the Year; their performance includes highlights from opera to Broadway, Westside Story, IL DIVO, Leonard Cohen, Billy Joel and international hits by Andrea Bocelli.
“Our Barrel Hall provides a magical setting for such an occasion and our award winning wines together with the exceptional talents of Pot-Pourri and Greta Bradman will undoubtedly deliver another extraordinary evening,” says Andrew Nugent, Executive Director of Bird in Hand.
The concert represents Bird in Hand’s constant commitment to the arts through their newly launched Stars in Hand events business; offering unique, high quality entertainment experiences for a broad audience, in genres ranging form classical to jazz, pop, rock and R&B.
The exclusive concert arrangement includes a shared table meal, ultra-premium Bird in Hand wines and will be held in the original barrel cellar amongst French barriques and museum collection wines.
For more information please contact:
Jennifer Blake, Public Relations Bird in Hand – 0408 975 781 www.starsinhand.com.au