Classical Ensembles

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Shaula is one of Australia’s leading singer-harpists. Her golden voice (Phantom of the Opera) teamed with her extraordinary classical musical talent (concert pianist, composer, arranger) reaches an ethereal level when teamed with the glorious sounds of the ancient Celtic harp. Areas of speciality include Classical Ensembles. Shaula harpist spins a special type of magic at weddings, corporate events and society dinners.

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These dueling divas wear $12,000 haute couture gowns that encapsulate the glamour, sophistication and style of Hollywood in the 1950’s. Areas of speciality include Classical Ensembles. These divine opera stars perform a 30 minute show with choreography using a professionally recorded backing of orchestra and big band.
“These girls are sexy, funny and possess beautiful voices. They turn any event into a night to remember” – Mel Gibson.

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Take three fantastic musicians, with hot electric instruments and model looks and set those against an explosive orchestral backing track and you have the latest instrumental sensation to hit the corporate scene...These highly trained performers are currently blitzing the gala dinner scene with their versions of the virtuoso classics. Their repertoire includes Vivaldi, Habanera and Bond's world wide smash hit "Explosive". Areas of speciality include Classical Ensembles.

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A former Brisbane bricklayer is now Australia's 'Pavarotti'. Rosario La Spina sings leading roles at La Scala, the Sydney Opera House and throughout North America. His most famous numbers include Nessun Dorma, La donna e mobile and O Sole Mio! Areas of speciality include Classical Ensembles. Having gained first prize in the tenor competition held by L’Accademia di La Scala in 2000, Rosario embarked on the two-year Young Singers’ Course at La Scala, Milan, where he studied with Luciana Serra and Leyla Gencer. This culminated in his La Scala debut in Samson and Delilah, where he appeared with Placido Domingo and Olga Borodina. In 2002, Rosario won first prize in the Mario Del Monaco International Opera Competition and made his principal role debut at La Scala as Riccardo (Oberto) reprising the role in Genoa.