More tickets have been released for New Worlds, a show that fuses the worlds of classical music, the greats of American literature (Gershwin, Twain, Hemingway and more) and Bill Murray.

The beloved American actor, comedian and writer (Groundhog Day, Lost in Translation) is in Sydney this week with German-born classical cellist Jan Vogler and “friends”.

The show is based on Murray and Vogler’s 2017 album release of the same name. The show came about after a chance meeting in an airport security line between Murray and Vogler. Murray describes it as “the collision of America and Europe”.

The ensemble also includes Vogler’s wife, renowned violinist Mira Wang, and pianist Vanessa Perez.

The organisers have just released the round so more tickets are available, and at multiple price points (starting at $79.90 plus booking fee).

New Worlds is on Friday Saturday November 9 and Saturday November 10 at the Concert Hall in the Sydney Opera House.

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This article was updated on November 7, 2018.