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An Evening with Mandy Patinkin and Nathan Gunn

An Evening with Mandy Patinkin and Nathan Gunn

| On 25, Nov 2013

Broadway legend, Mandy Patinkin, and opera star Nathan Gunn bring their musical talent to Brisbane for one night only.

QPAC will host the duo who will combine their talents to bring an eclectic mix of musical performance.

From operatic tunes and musicals numbers to more traditional folk and pop there is sure to be something for everyone.

Nathan Gunn. Image from

Nathan Gunn. Image from

Mandy Patinkin in Homeland. Image from

Mandy Patinkin in Homeland. Image from

Patinkin is not only a close friend of the Broadway stage but you may also recognize him from the hit Showtime series Homeland, where he plays a veteran CIA agent, or the classic hit movie The Princess Bride.

I mean who can forget Patinkin’s character Inigo Montoya, and his famous line, “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die.”

Nathan Gunn on the other hand has a reputation for one of the most sought after baritones.

He has performed around the world in some of the most renowned opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera house and Paris Opera.

The two men will perform around two-dozen songs, mixing between solos and duets.

On stage two long-term accompanists, Nathan’s wife and music director, Julie Jordan Gunn, and Paul Ford will join them.

Both men have hectic schedules between all their other commitments so Patinkin describe this short tour as a “miracle of programming.”

Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane have been the lucky few cities to host the show.

So get your tickets fast because who knows when these two talented performances will be back!

“Nothing short of genius, giving [concert] goers a night of musical excellence they will long remember” (The Chicago Review-Examiner).

The Details


QPAC Concert Hall

Corner Grey and Melbourne Street, South Bank, Brisbane


28th November

How Much:

Tickets start at $69


P: 136 246 (between 9.00am and 8.30pm, Monday to Saturday)