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Sydney Symphony Orchestra: David Bowie Nothing Has Changed

iOTA and Adalita performing 'David Bowie Nothing Has Changed' with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Photos by Robert Catto, taken at the Sydney Opera House on Thursday 19 May, 2016.

Amanda Pelman’s Extraordinary David Bowie Nothing Has Changed In Residence At Hamer Hall

by Paul Cashmere on October 15, 2016

in News

The death of David Bowie in January has promoted one of the most remarkable tribute shows in Australia.

David Bowie ‘Nothing Has Changed’ is in residency this weekend at Hamer Hall at Melbourne’s Arts Centre.

The show is the creation of producer Amanda Pelman who has gathered an extraordinary team of contemporary and rock performers backed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

‘Nothing Has Changed’ features iOTA, Deborah Conway, Tim Rogers, Steve Kilbey, Adalita, Ash Naylor, Davey Lane and Robyn Loau. As Bowie was such a unique and diverse performer Pelman chose each performer for their different personal styles best suited to each song.

David Bowie Nothing Has Changed is on at Hamer Hall Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 15, 16 and 17 October at 8pm as part of the Melbourne Festival.

David Bowie Nothing Has Changed Setlist

iOTA Space Oddity
Deborah Conway Starman
Tim Rogers All the Young Dudes
Adalita Rebel Rebel/The Jean Genie
Steve Kilbey Stay/Diamond Dogs
iOTA / Deborah Conway Ziggy Stardust/Suffragette City
Tim Rogers / Deborah Conway Fame
Steve Kilbey / Robyn Loau China Girl
Deborah Conway Oh You Pretty Things
Tim Rogers / Adalita Sorrow
iOTA Life on Mars
Steve Kilbey Station to Station
Ashley Naylor Moonage Daydream
Tim Rogers / Deborah Conway Golden Years
Steve Kilbey Changes
Tim Rogers Young Americans
Davey Lane Boys Keep Swinging
Adalita / iOTA Modern Love/Let’s Dance/Fashion
iOTA Ashes to Ashes
Tim Rogers Lazarus

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