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Opera Australia appoints Ryna Sequeira as its India market representative

Opera Australia, one of the world’s most celebrated opera companies based in Sydney announced the appointment of Ryna Sequeira as its India market representative. Ryna brings over 15 years of experience in marketing and PR within the tourism space across a diverse portfolio of international tourism, aviation and lifestyle brands. Ryna currently markets Australian Cruise Group, Australia Wide Coaches and the state of Queensland, Australia in India.

Commenting on the appointment, Andrew Guy, International Tourism Marketing Manager, Opera Australia, said, “India is among the top 5 source markets for Australia since the reopening of borders post Covid-19. With Indian travellers seeking new experiences that are more interest based on their international holidays, the timing is right to establish our footprint in India targeting discerning Indian travellers with a love for opera, musicals and concerts to experience the world’s most celebrated performances at Australia’s most iconic venues. We aim to work closely with the travel trade and media to enhance the travellers musical experience in Australia and cater to not just experienced but also first time opera audiences. We are very proud to have Ryna Sequeira promote Opera Australia in India.”

Sydney Opera House is on the to-do list of every visitor to Australia. “But seeing it isn’t enough. To get the full benefit of this architectural wonder of the world, one needs to climb the steps, enter the building, and experience an opera performance that’s unlike anywhere else in the world,” said the release.

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