Soloists

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Gifted guitarist and composer, Phil Moorea is a multi-style player of Classical, Flamenco and Latin. Phil discovered his first guitar at the age of seven, while playing in an old Victorian house in Paddington. Areas of speciality include Soloists. Phil’s first teacher was guitarist Phil Skinner. Since then, he has studied with many famous teachers including, classical guitar teacher, Peter Calvo at The Sydney School of Spanish Guitar, as well as tuition in jazz guitar, with Ike Isaacs, at the Australian Institute of Music.

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Emma Dean's eccentric, effervescent pop toes the magical line between music and theatre. Named "one of ten artists to watch in 2011" by NEW YORK POST, Dean's singular sound is all her own. Areas of speciality include Soloists. She has toured Australia and internationally with sold-out solo shows and festival appearances, as well as in support of Jesca Hoop (US), Kate Miller-Heidke, Katie Noonan, Amanda Palmer, and The Dresden Dolls.

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Chloe Maggs is recognised as one of Australia's most renowned solo performers known for her incredible 4-octave vocal range. Areas of speciality include Soloists. With comparisons to artists Nicole Scherzinger (Pussycat Dolls) and Leona Lewis, it is Chloe’s incredible stage presence, musical diversity, and pure passion for performing that has engaged many audiences all around the world and made the music industry pay attention.

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Let David Smith, an internationally renowned performer entertain you and your guests. Having performed in New York, London and Madrid, David brings these exotic experiences into each performance. The music speaks for itself! Areas of speciality include Soloists. David Smith was born in Sydney in 1954. He started playing guitar as a teenager and by 19 he was playing professionally in rock bands. He developed a passion for jazz, in which his early influences included by Tal Farlow, Jimmy Raney and John McLaughlin.

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Classical pop soprano, Trisha Short, blends the technique and tone of classical music with the songs and performance skills of a modern pop diva. Areas of speciality include Soloists. She “literally sparkles on stage” (Canberra Times, 2012) and “knows how to connect with her audience.” (Guy Noble, conductor) Trisha “creates special moments for audiences. Moments filled with emotion, which uplift or tell stories about relationships in new ways.” (ABC Limelight Magazine)

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Philippe is an accomplished accordionist who with his unique menu card has delighted audiences throughout Sydney. Areas of speciality include Soloists. Philippe has performed solo shows for community events and festivals, and has performed in Italian and German restaurants. Also available to perform on stilts.

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Renae Suttie has been performing professionally for over 20 years. From international contracts, to music festivals, to radio and television advertising jingles, to backing major artists, Renae’s music career is exciting and diverse. Areas of speciality include Soloists. She has worked the international 5-star hotel circuit extensively in countries such as Japan, China, Hong Kong, Fiji, Kuala Lumpur, New Caledonia, Thailand and Vanuatu.

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Music flows from every fibre of Vov Dylan's body. Areas of speciality include Soloists. Vov has an absolute love of the Violin and performance. In every aspect from show to album to function – Vov will deliver 3 key ingredients the foot, the heart and the jaw…

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Peter is the only Australian to play the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera on London's West End which he did for eleven months. Areas of speciality include Soloists. He has starred alongside Russell Crowe in Blood Brothers, the late Richard Harris in Camelot and has had an extensive career playing major roles in musicals throughout Australia and New Zealand.

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Natalya is a classically trained Russian born pianist who started playing the piano at just five years of age. Areas of speciality include Soloists. Since moving to Australia from her native Estonia at 13, Natalya went on to study at Mitchell Conservatorium on a scholarship for three consecutive years.