The Oscar-winning musicals composer Sondheimer’s birthday concert, at the Opera House, on the second Saturday of every month, is a rare opportunity for a Broadway performer to make a living from their work.
It’s a celebration of his life and career and a chance for fans to catch up with him and hear his voice in the company of his friends and colleagues.
He started performing as an actor and moved on to perform with his own band in the 1950s and ’60s.
He wrote a memoir of his childhood and the years after he retired from touring.
It has since been published in English and he is currently on tour in the US with his band The Sondheys.
The show starts at 5.30pm and tickets are available for $25 each.
The performance, which includes a full orchestra and dancers, will also include a private performance by a member of Sondh’s family.
There will be no music and no dancing.
SondHs son, Anthony, who plays the role of a singer in the musical, will be the only guest performer.
He is one of the performers who is not a member or co-owner of the company, which is based in Chicago.
He told the ABC’s RN Breakfast program the production is about “being a part of history”.
He said: “This is something I love doing.
It is very special to me to do this for Sond, and to do a birthday party for his mother and his sisters.”
The musical, based on the story of the life of the 19th-century composer John Sondhenes, has sold more than 500,000 tickets since it began performances in the UK in 2006.
It was adapted into a film, but has since expanded internationally and is now a popular film franchise.
Anthony Sondhes mother, Margaret, who has been in the music industry since she was 15 years old, said the family wanted to help celebrate her father’s life and legacy.
“We want to have him with us, so we will all be there and we will have him sing with us,” she said.
“He was a great musician.
He was a big part of our lives.”
She said the company is an organisation that helped her son, now 88, get a degree in music and dance.
She said her son has a passion for music and his birthday party was an opportunity for her son to share his love of music and show off his talent.
She added: “It was wonderful to have my son there, to have a part in his music and to have his music show up on stage.”
It was a very special time for him and for me and his family.
“The company, known as The Sondsheys, runs concerts across Australia and the world.
The Sondais were born in 1894 and moved to Chicago when Anthony was only five years old.
He got his first job working in a Chicago diner. “
I had always wanted to go to Chicago and get my education,” Anthony said.
He got his first job working in a Chicago diner.
He went to a local opera house, where he sang for the staff.
He said his singing career started to take off when he joined a small group of young musicians and singers who were working at the opera house.
He later began singing for himself.
The singer said: I have always been interested in music.
I love music, and my parents have always supported me and given me encouragement to continue doing what I was doing.
I was a musician for quite a long time, and then my parents decided to open up a restaurant and I went in and I made a career out of it.
“It really took off.”
He went on to sing in bands in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Paris, France.
He recorded his first album in 1970 and later recorded several more, including the album A New Beginning.
The song “Sondheist” was included on the Broadway musicals Broadway musical version of Romeo and Juliet, which premiered in 2011.
The company also has an active musical theatre group called The Sommers, who perform in Chicago and Los Angeles.
It also runs a festival called “The Sondheid Festival”.
Anthony said he wanted to give back to the community by performing in the Sondholts birthday party.
He has also written and performed a song for his son to sing.
He added: It was so special for us, he has always been so passionate about his music.
“His parents and I really love him.
Sometime I just get so happy when I hear him sing.”