Bravo! Cruise of the Performing Arts 2015 featured a very special one-off exclusive headline appearance by Music Theatre’s # 1 star, Anthony Warlow which departed Sydney to the South Pacific for eight nights on October 24, 2015.
An exciting addition to an already stellar Bravo! lineup which featured an accomplished selection of artists traversing classical, musical theatre, opera and much more, including:
David Hobson, James Morrison, Opera Australia Presents: Great Opera Hits of the Sydney Opera House, Liz Callaway (USA), Suzanne Johnstone, Judi Connelli, David Shannon (IRL), Jonathon Welch, Mark Vincent, Emma Pask, Jane Rutter, Grigoryan Brothers, Guy Noble, The Metropolitan Orchestra and many more.
Anthony Warlow is best known for his extraordinary performance in The Phantom of the Opera and his versatility has enthralled audiences since his 1981 debut with the Australian Opera, at the age of 19. Blessed with a thrilling voice and a gift for mimicry, Anthony has been able to inhabit an extraordinary diversity of roles from high opera to musical comedy, including The Secret Garden, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady, Jekyll and Hyde, Man of La Mancha, and A Little Night Music, as well as a significant supporting role in Les Misérables.
Anthony replaced Katherine Jenkins, who announced she was expecting her first child in October 2015. Katherine, whilst overjoyed at starting a family, expressed her disappointment at being unable to attend her inaugural cruise, but assured Australian fans that she would do her best to perform for them very soon.
Radiance of the Seas features six unique performance venues to be explored and experienced across eight days and nights October 24 – November 1, 2015. Passengers of Bravo! 2015 visited three of best the South Pacific ports of call on offer; Mare (New Caledonia), Mystery Island (Vanuatu) and Noumea.