The Ten Sopranos return to Queens Park Theatre in 2013.

At their city studio, the cast of The Ten Sopranos were getting ready for the new photo shoot. One by one they came out in full regalia-sexy dresses, ball gowns and full stage make up that made them seem larger than life, especially when they chose to exercise their voices by belting out a song. The producers of The Ten Sopranos have plenty to sing and rejoice, the company’s first year of performances was a resounding success and surpassed everyone’s expectations-except those of Artistic Director and lead singer critically acclaimed soprano Miss Penny Pavlakis, who is also known to her peers as The Singers Singer “I know what this group is capable of, and that is of being a world class act”. Pavlakis speaks with the certainty of a woman who is passionate about her troop.

On her way to winning serious major singing competitions in both contemporary and classical music on the International Stage, she has performed at the highest and includes professional collaborations with Maestro Tommy Tycho, Baz Luhrman, Nick Enright, Grammy Award winners George Merrill and Shannon Rubican, Brit Award winner Maestro Richard Hicox, Secret Garden, Richard Bonynge and Dame Joan Sutherland, and her audiences usually number in the thousands.

The rehearsal and production period took over 6 months with meticulous detail to every note sung ensuring that this show is world class and is now holding its own on the biggest stages in the world. With a top selling CD and DVD release in Germany, UK, North and South America. The Ten Sopranos will mesmerise you with their performance which audiences the world over claim to be spine-tingling …

The power, passion and colours of the various voices have seen some audiences shed tears whilst some just loiter a little longer to savour the moment. Their rendition of popular songs and arias from Puccini to the Beatles has literally stolen the hearts and souls of the Australian public. This show is not an imitation; it is original, world class and beautifully delivered.

Once seen, it will never be forgotten.

With 65 concerts booked for this year The Western Australia leg of their tour will see the ten sopranos perform on:


24th Mandurah
25th Gosnells
27th Albany
28th Esperance
31st Narrogin


1st Kalamunda
2nd Moora
3rd Geraldton

For more information, contact Wayne Kalil,