Masquerade Ball |
The Queensland Russian Community Centre (QRCC) cordially invites you to a Masquerade Ball that will be held 15 January 2010 at 6 pm till midnight at the QRCC, 19 Lotus Street, Woolloongabba.
You will have an evening of theatrical and magical entertainment from the realms of imagination filled in with music, games and surprises.
You will experience the taste of sumptuous Russian food, participate in the competition for the Best Masquerade Costume and get a chance to win a lucky door prize. You will get an opportunity to participate in the fundraising auction and raffle tickets draw. All proceeds from the auction and raffle tickets would go to the new building project fund.
You will be dancing up a storm and witnessing a breathtaking performance by Vavachi Entertainment
The number of tickets is strictly limited. To avoid disappointment, please book your tickets today. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Flyer for Masquerade Ball here http://www.qldruscentre.com/reklama/Masquerade Ball_flyer MASK_E_final.pdf
Australian Tenor Roger Davy began his career as a boy soprano before taking up a contract with Opera Queensland where he accepted a Young Artist contract. He performed with Opera Australia and was a finalist in the Royal Covent Garden Scholarship. He studied in Germany and the UK before performing major operatic roles in UK these roles include Tamino in The Magic Flute, Don Jose in Carmen, the title role in the Tales of Hoffman, Steva in Jenufa, Gabriele Ardorno in Simon Boccanegra.
After leaving the Australian Opera Roger then studied in Europe for twelve months and took up vocal studies in Germany with renowned singing teacher, Ms Lisa Hagenau. While there he was invited to sing and participate in the Spoletto Vocal Institute in Italy. He sang the title role in The Tales of Hoffmann and Faust and performed regularly with the touring opera company First Act Opera. Returning to Australia, Roger sang the lead role of Turridu in a production of Cavalleria Rusticana and was a founding member and director of the much-celebrated International singing sensation The Ten Tenors. In the year 2000, Roger left the Tenors and moved into the entrepreneurial area to create his own entertainment company for aspiring young performers, Vavachi Entertainment. Roger has entertained tens of thousands of Australians in near and far-flung places, on stages and sand dunes, under lights and under stars. Vavachi Entertainment is a sought-after principal classical performer for any occasion.