Hello Kitty’s Symphony Concert sees Sanrio’s cutest characters play classical music greats

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Hello Kitty’s Symphony Concert sees Sanrio’s cutest characters play classical music greats

Hello Kitty Symphony
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Music and meows.

The worldwide superstar (and Japanese cartoon cat) Hello Kitty will be bringing her symphony concert to Australia for the first time ever.

Alongside fellow Sanrio faves including Daniel, MyMelody and Badbadtz-Maru, the Ribbon Kingdom band will set the stage alight with a wonderous celebration of classical classics played on piano, violin, viola, cello and flute.

Hello Kitty’s Symphony Concert

  • The touring production sees Hello Kitty and friends perform world-famous compositions
  • It’ll be taking place at Melbourne Recital Centre’s Elisabeth Murdoch Hall on September 28 and 29
  • Tickets are on sale now

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After having toured across the world and performed in front of more than 15,000 audiences, the beloved show is finally coming down under. The all-ages English language performance will take place for two days only at Melbourne Recital Centre as part of its Season Three: Haven events schedule.

Featuring iconic tracks from composers including Beethoven, Baucherini, Tchaikovsky and Mozart, the performance will have audiences singing and dancing along with delight. The ultra-cute costumes, playful choreography and larger-than-life stage design are sure to impress everyone in the crowd, from the little ones to the kawaii fanatics and even Grandma and Grandpa.

Hosted by the Brisbane-based touring company Harmonie International, the show will be debuting in Melbourne before heading up the coast to Sydney and Brisbane. Whether you’re looking to introduce the little ones to the joys of classical music or you’re just hoping to enjoy a sweet and wholesome afternoon at the theatre, Hello Kitty’s Symphony Concert is an easy choice.

For more information on Hello Kitty’s Symphony Concert, head here.