Justin Bieber has turned millions into Beliebers. His fans all over the world know the lyrics to his every song and his music has been played on repeat everywhere you go. However, this May those songs are going to be sounding a lot different when the Phoenix Collective string quartet takes to the Candlelight stage for A Tribute To Justin Bieber.
Performing in the Grand Lodge at the Sydney Masonic Centre, hundreds of candles will surround the stage to illuminate the venue and its distinct aesthetic. The melodies will soar, the rhythm will resonate and harmonies will fill the room for a night of glowing pop music played on string instruments.
From his very first seven-track EP My World to his latest studio album Justice, the singer-songwriter has clocked up the hits and the awards. He was the youngest solo-male artist since 13-year old Stevie Wonder to spend a week at the top of the charts for his album My World 2.0, which spawned the internationally successful and one of the highest certified singles of all time
‘Baby, baby, baby, oh’ was followed in quick succession by Under The Mistletoe and Believe, and when Believe Acoustic was released it too topped the charts making Bieber the youngest artist to land five chart-topping albums in the US. His rise and prominence, though, has not stopped there.
The music of teen idol, heart-throb and pop star Justin Bieber will be reimagined and recreated for a captivating night of song as performed by Phoenix Collective, one of Australia’s most adept string quartets. No matter the style or genre, their skill rises to the fore to sweep audiences along.
You’ll get to hear every word (in your own head) of Bieber’s hit songs at Candlelight’s tribute to the Canadian artist, from “Love Yourself” to “Boyfriend”, “Let Me Love You” and “Sorry”.
Do not miss the chance to see them turn their talent towards one of the best-selling solo artists of our time and transform pop into wondrous song we’ll all be humming along with.