City Recital Hall presents
Singular Voices at City Recital Hall invites contemporary artists of the highest calibre to step forth on one of the most visually and sonically beautiful stages in Australia, dissolving the boundary between listener and song with only the barest embellishment to their exceptional voices.
Sunday 30 May 7pm
Extraordinary Aotearoa singer-songwriter and actor (A Star Is Born, True History of the Kelly Gang) Marlon Williams is the first of a series of Singular Voices; enthralling solo concerts by bold songwriters in the intimate acoustics of City Recital Hall.
Friday 4 June 7.30pm
Julia Jacklin’s songs hit hard with a slow-burn intimacy. In her first major solo performance, Jacklin embodies the devastating power and vulnerability of her songs, new and old, with nothing more than the warm, aching authenticity of her soulful voice.
Saturday 10 July 7.30pm
Warm, wry, eternally romantic. Surveying the splendour of seven solo albums, and the immortal realms he co-created as The Go-Betweens, Robert Forster is a songwriter who chooses words with poetic precision, and sings them with princely nonchalance and delicious wit.
Saturday 21 August 7.30pm
Kee’ahn calls her music “dreamy soul food”. A proud First Nations songwoman, Kee’ahn fully embodies the meaning of her name (“to dance, to sing, to play”), weaving lush melodies and words of heartbreak and healing with her spectacular, soulful voice.