During the upcoming autumn program, the Sydney Opera House will welcome contemporary RnB in the form of artist Bryson Tiller, who will be making his Australian debut at the opera house on September 29.
Tiller’s first big hit Don’t was written in his bedroom before being discovered by millions of fans whose enthusiasm gave the song Triple Platinum status in the US. Tiller’s career has blossomed with incredible speed since then, and he has now published two albums in his own distinctive style.
As a part of Tiller’s first world tour, the Sydney Opera House performance will doubtless show the musical chops that led the New York Times to call him “perhaps the first truly post-Drake RnB.”
The opera house looks forward to Tiller’s performance. As Head of Contemporary Music at Sydney Opera House, Ben Marshall, said, “The quiet but inexorable emergence of Bryson Tiller into the big league of genre-bending RnB leads straight onto the Concert Hall stage this September.”
You can read more about the performance at the Sydney Opera House website here.
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