Moses Sumney bringing Aromanticism to the Melbourne Recital Hall & the Sydney Opera House

An utterly captivating and provocative artist, Moses Sumney will be sharing the fruits of his debut album Aromanticism with Australian fans in the New Year. Sumney’s profile has risen considerably over the last few years thanks to acclaimed sets alongside the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Solange, but in Aromanticism, Sumney has really struck out on his own in carving out a brilliant spot within contemporary music.

His Australian trip will see Sumney perform at the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall at the Melbourne Recital Centre, as well as at the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House in February. Tickets for the Melbourne show will be on sale here on October 26th, while fans in Sydney can purchase their tickets here from 9am on the same date.

Of course, Aussie Moses Sumney fans can catch the musician touring for the Laneway Festival, but when you’ve got the opportunity to catch a headline show of this sort, you’d be a fool to miss it.


February 1st | Melbourne Recital Centre, MELBOURNE
February 8th | Sydney Opera House, SYDNEY



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