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Josh Piterman Loving You

Josh Piterman Releases E.P. And Will Return To Australia For Phantom of the Opera

by Paul Cashmere

Josh Piterman has new music with his ‘Loving You’ E.P. now released and Australia will get to see Josh as the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera when the new production comes for Sydney and then Melbourne from August.

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Andrea Bocelli supplied TEG Van Egmond

Andrea Bocelli To Perform In Australia In October and November

by Paul Cashmere

Legendary Tuscan tenor Andrea Bocelli will perform in Australia in October and November.

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Josh Piterman Caruso

Josh Piterman Premieres ‘Caruso’ Ahead of Loving You EP

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne ‘Phantom’ Josh Piterman has shared the first of the new music he was working on during Lockdown. ‘Caruso’ is a song written by UK songwriter and producer Steve Anderson for Josh.

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Vangelis profile pic from Facebook

Vangelis Has Died At Age 79

by Paul Cashmere

Greek composer Vangelis has died in France at the age of 79.

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Alfie Boe - Photo By Ros O'Gorman noise11.com images

Queen Could Have A UK No 1 … And We Mean Queen Elizabeth, Not Queen then Band

by Paul Cashmere

A new version of ‘God Save The Queen’ by Sarah Brightman and Alfie Boe could give Queen Elizabeth II a number one in the UK in coming weeks.

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Max Riebl

Countertenor Max Riebl Dies From Cancer At Age 30

by Paul Cashmere

Australian Countertenor Max Riebl has died at from cancer at the age of 30.

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The Ten Tenors

The Ten Tenors Get To Work With A LOT of Shows

by Paul Cashmere

The Ten Tenors will head out of their The Highway Men tour from June 2022 with a stack of shows paying tribute to the music of Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell, Charlie Daniels and Keith Urban.

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Danny Elfman

Danny Elfman Performs The Simpson and Spider-Man At Coachella

by Paul Cashmere

Danny Elfman was one of the surprises at Coachella 2022 with a setlist mixing his old band Oingo Boingo and this soundtrack work into one setlist.

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Tchaikovsky

House of Classical Composer Tchaikovsky Destroyed By Russian Terrorists

by Paul Cashmere

Russian invaders under the orders of terrorist Putin have destroyed the 19th-century house where composer Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky created his first work.

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To Barbra With Love MSO

Katie Noonan and Caroline O’Connor To Perform The Music of Barbra Streisand With The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

by Paul Cashmere

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will mark the 80th birthday of legend Barbra Streisand with an event featuring Katie Noonan, Caroline O’Connor, Elise McCann and Ryan Gonzalez.

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Ruth Slenczynska

Decca Records Signs 97 Year Old Pianist Ruth Slenczynska

by Paul Cashmere

Universal Music’s Decca Records has signed 97-year old pianist Ruth Slencyznska to record a new album.

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Rick Wakeman photo by Ros O'Gorman

Rick Wakeman On Those Bowie Songs He Played On

by Paul Cashmere

Rick Wakeman was the keyboard player of choice on two of David Bowie’s best known song ‘Space Oddity’ and ‘Life On Mars’ and a lot of why those songs sound like they sound is because of Rick.

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Carlos Marin of Il Divo

Il Divo’s Carlos Marin Dies From Covid At Age 53

by Paul Cashmere

Carlos Marin of Il Divo has died from Covid-19. He was 53 years old.

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Bjork photo Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones

Bjork To Perform Cornucopia Dates In California and Iceland in 2022

by Paul Cashmere

Bjork has a handful of dates planned for 2022. The ‘Cornucopia’ shows feature the Iceland Symphony Orchestra.

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Moby photo by Ros O'Gorman

Moby Is Already Planning Reprise 2

by Paul Cashmere

Just weeks after releasing his ‘Reprise’ album, Moby is planning a second volume.

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Dean Stevenson

Tasmanian Musician Dean Stevenson To Create And Perform Musical Work Daily At Mona

by Noise11.com

Tasmanian musician Dean Stevenson has been commissioned by Mona to create a musical work daily and perform it at 4pm each day.

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Moby photo by Ros O'Gorman

Moby Took Nearly 10 Years To Release ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’

by Paul Cashmere

Moby took nearly the entire 90s from the time he wrote his classic ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ to releasing it.

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Mirusia Reschedules South Coast NSW Shows Due To Sydney Covid Restrictions

by Paul Cashmere

Mirusia has been forced to postpone for Wollongong and Nowra shows this weekend due to the new Covid restrictions for New South Wales.

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Moby photo by Ros O'Gorman

Moby Opens Up About His Friendship With David Bowie To Noise11.com

by Paul Cashmere

As a scrawny kid Moby had to work hard and save up to buy his first David Bowie albums. He was 13 at the time. Years later, David Bowie would become one of his closest friends.

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Moby photo by Ros O'Gorman

Moby Credits Record Stores With Sending Him On His Career Path

by Paul Cashmere

Moby admits that for most of his life he has been a fuck-up, he talks quite openly about it in his Noise11.com interview, but the one thing that turned him around and put him on his career path was working in a record store.

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Sting photo by Ros OGorman

Sting Releases Interactive Website for New Album

by Music-News.com

Sting will release his star-studded LP, which features his iconic collaborations with the likes of Mary J. Blige, Herbie Hancock, Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, and Shaggy, on March 19.

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My Friend The Chocolate Cake perform at the Recital Centre in Melbourne on 16 June 2017. Photo by Ros OGorman

David Bridie Awarded the 2021 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship

by Paul Cashmere

Musician David Bridie has been named as recipient of the 2021 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship along with photographer Keith Deverell.

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Monique Dimattina

Melbourne’s Monique Dimattina Creates Album In Lockdown

by Noise11.com

Melbourne musician Monique Dimattina spend lockdown creating a new album. The result is ‘Tides’.

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Jonny Greenwood performs at ACO Underground in December 2012_02, Noise11, Photo

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Wins His 7th Ivor

by Paul Cashmere

The Ivors Academy last night [1 December] revealed the winners of 14 Ivor Novello Awards as part of The Ivors Composer Awards 2020, celebrating exceptional new works by composers writing for classical, jazz and sound art.

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Michael G Ronstadt

Michael G. Ronstadt Composes Piece To Save the Vaquita

by Paul Cashmere

Cellist Michael G. Ronstadt has joined a group to create awareness of the plight of the Vaquita, the smallest porpoise and the world’s smallest cetacean (the mammal combination of porpoises, dolphins and whales).

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Patrick Roberts Imagine

Julian Lennon Re-Records ‘Saltwater’ With Melbourne’s Patrick Roberts

by Paul Cashmere

Singer songwriter Julian Lennon, son of John Lennon, has contributed to a new Beatles tribute album from Melbourne violinist Patrick Robert titled ‘Imagine The Album’.

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Denis Walter We Need A Little Christmas

Denis Walter Teams With Mirusia For Christmas Song

by Paul Cashmere

Australian baritone Denis Walter has recorded a Christmas song with Andre Rieu’s singer Mirusia.

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Tim McCallum

Classically Trained Tim McCallum To Sing National Anthem At AFL Grand Final

by Paul Cashmere

Classically trained quadriplegic Tim McCallum has been selected to sing the National Anthem at the AFL Grand Final in Queensland this weekend.

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