Rock symphony to honour David Bowie at Hope Estate

A NEW and exciting concert event under the stars at Hope Estate in October will pay homage to the one and only David Bowie. 

The inaugural Rock Symphony In The Vines will feature the talents of Jeff Duff, Steve Balbi and Brydon Stace, world-renowned conductor George Ellis and the Australian Symphony Orchestra.

But the real star of the show is the late, great Bowie.

“The Thin White Duke’s music lends itself beautifully to the array of colours of the orchestra,” Mr Ellis said.

“Rich textures and harmonies weave in and out of his songs, making them perfect to decorate.”

Hope Estate owner Michael Hope described the combination of rock and symphony as “a match made in heaven”.

“We’ve proven over the past seven seasons that people will travel to Hope Estate for the whole experience of top notch music in an idyllic setting,” he said.

“We are now expanding our offering into other forms of entertainment that will appeal to our patrons.

“Having had Sting and Sydney Symphony Orchestra on our grounds three years ago, we see it as a natural progression to present David Bowie’s music with the Australian Symphony Orchestra.” 

Rock Symphony In The Vines is at Hope Estate on October 15. Tickets are on sale at 9am on July 8 at For accommodation and hospitality packages call Hope Estate on 1800 777 444.


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