Bonnie J Jensen is Sydney's leading exponent of Jazz vocals and piano. Bonnie has had four bestselling albums and a CV that has seen her play all across the world and with some of the greatest jazz musicians of our time.
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Paula Terry offers singing lessons in all contemporary styles for singers of all levels.
Whether you’re a natural talent aiming for a professional singing career,or a beginner who wants to Wow your friends at Karaoke … or anyone who just wants to have fun and de-stress!
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Paula will guide you with expert tips and techniques that will help to make you a Singer!
Paula has studied and trained in voice, specialising in Jazz and Rhythm and Blues (R&B) and has enjoyed a successful International Career over the past 20 years.
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The composer and choir director Lyn Williams is presenting the world premiere of her work Children of Quietness as part of the Voices of Angels concert. The concerts, at City Recital Hall, Angel Place, tonight and tomorrow night, feature 360 children from the Sydney Children's Choir and Gondwana Voices..read more
The Sydney Festival packs a punch with passion and personality, writes Paul Kalina.
EVEN for Melburnians accustomed to their regular calendar of arts, music and community festivals, the scale, scope and ambition of the Sydney Festival cannot be overstated.
Those traits were clearly evident in the shows that opened on Sunday, among..read more