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A Harbour Serenade by Alfredo Malabello Saturday 1st September


Saturday 1st September, 2018

Black Sail Bar

Waterfront Venues

Level 1, 86 Newquay Promenade, Docklands

Event Starts: 8:00 PM – till late

EARLY BIRD TICKETS – $37.00 till 6th August after $47.00 (include unlimited 3 hour canapes commencing at 8:30 PM).

Drinks at Bar Prices



Waterfront Venues welcomes you and your guests to join us for A Harbour Serenade, an evening showcasing entertainer Alfredo Malabello who is Australia’s very own Italian son of song.

With over 30 years experience on stages around the world, Alfredo has earned a reputation as one of Australia’s most remarkable live artists. He has performed at VIP parties for Canadian crooner Michael Bublé, he’s entertained guests at a lavish ceremony to celebrate the opening of the 2011 Formula One in Melbourne, and he’s also shared the Sydney Opera House stage with Tina Arena.

Born to immigrant Italian parents, Sydney-based Alfredo Malabello is a true citizen of the world, and his colourful career has transported him to many places across the globe. “I’ve played in cities as varied as New York, Nashville, Tokyo, Milan, Dusseldorf, Saint Moritz, Munich, Rome, London, and all over Australia of course. What a trip it’s been!”


Alfredo Malabello is a man of many surprising talents. He has also established himself as an actor getting major roles in the acclaimed SBS series Carla Cametti PD, Channel Nine’s successful Underbelly Files, ABC’s The Devils Dust, Tricky Business, UK TV’s Dripping In Chocolate, and as the lovable Rocco The Barrista in the national CGU campaign.

Alfredo promises, “When it’s just me and my piano, you get to the real heart of who I am.”



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