Dubbo opera star Nathan Bryon to sing on scenic Tasmanian tour

Dubbo’s Nathan Bryon is set to embark on the journey of a lifetime after he was invited to feature as a guest artist on week-long scenic tour of Tasmania.

Mr Bryon, who now resides in Sydney, will join internationally-renowned Australian opera singers CHeryl Barker AO and Peter Coleman-Wright AO, and fellow guest artists Pamela Andrews and Laura Scandizzo on the Tasmanian Scenic Opera Tour.

Together they will perform themed recitals in a variety of settings on the week-long tour, including historic places like Clarendon House, on the whar next to the Maritime Museum, and in a clearing in the Tarkine Rainforest after cruising up the Arthur River.


“We are all so excited for this opportunity to perform with such world class artists,” said Mr Bryon, who performs with Pacific Opera Company in Sydney.

“It’s an incredible opportunity as a young artist to be able to “tread the boards” with artists of that level and international standing so I’m feeling very lucky indeed.

“Laura and Pam work as extra choristers at Opera Australia, so they’ve been able to sing chorus behind huge opera stars, but none of us has ever had the opportunity to sing as soloists with artists of Peter and Cheryl’s calibre. It’s a dream come true for all us, and hopefully our Tasmanian audience will relish every minute of having such incredible artists performing for them.

“The tour is going to be absolutely stunning and we are all really looking forward to it.”

The tour will take in such historic landmarks as St Matthias’ Windermere, Ross Bridge, The Nut in Stanley, the Tarkine Rainforest and more.