- Band/Artist/Act:Dale Burridge
- Info:Dale Burridge is one of Australia's most successful Concert and Corporate entertainers.
Dale Burridge is one of Australia’s most successful Concert and Corporate entertainers having starred in numerous musicals, concerts and corporate events all over the world. Dale Burridge First tread the boards professionally back in the 1980’s as ‘Rolf’ in the renowned West End Production of ‘The Sound of Music’. Dale Burridge and his Theatrical Career has had many highlights including:
- The student leader ‘Enjolras’ in the international cast of ‘Les Miserables’,
- Cast by Hal Prince to play the romantic lead ‘Raoul’, in the Premier Australian production of ‘Phantom of the Opera’ with Anthony Warlow and Marina Prior.
- Performing at the famous Tropicana Night Club in Havana
- The Premier Concerts at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Darling Harbour Carols.
- Dale Burridge and his highly acclaimed one man show ‘Class Act’ for the Sydney 2000 Olympics.
- Performing ‘Young Scrooge’ opposite Keith Michelle in ‘Scrooge the Musical’.
- The Sydney ‘Taronga Twilight Concert’ with Marina Prior
- In Concert with Rhonda Burchmore
- Special Guest of the Sydney Cabaret Convention
- Dale Burridge has also performed as guest soloist for most of Australia’s leading Symphony Orchestra’s.
The Music of the Night Show
( featuring Dale Burridge and Danielle Everett )
Original stars of the Premier Australian Production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, The Phantom of the Opera. Two of Australia’s most talented entertainers, Dale Burridge and Danielle Everett will take you on a journey into The Music of the Night! From Puccini to Lloyd Webber, soaring vocals, stunning gowns and spectacular spine tingling moments combine in this audience interactive corporate concert that will leave the audience begging for more! “Dale Burridge is Sensational. A voice that sends Chills up your spine. World Class Talent in our own backyard.” -Kevin Jacobsen OAM Danielle Everett – Generous, Beautiful…A moment in time where anything seemed possible. Hair Review – Sunday Telegraph