Since 1936 the magnificent, ‘Art Deco’ Astor Theatre in St Kilda, one of Melbourne’s iconic purpose built treasures, has played host to outstanding 20th and now 21st century motion picture classics.
For Melburnians and international tourists alike a night out at the Astor Theatre is a special event. It is a great building in structure and essence and a preserved time capsule of a rich history and a by gone era.
This one night extravaganza of high art talent is a gift to this city.
Brett Kaye who is spearheading this special event Is a high profile and much loved global opera singer with strong roots in cultural and music education in the Jewish community. He is notably, the recipient of an acclaimed opera scholarship which allowed him to further his operatic studies in Milan and Tuscany.
Tania de Jong Australian soprano and inspiration powerhouse within both the musical and business worlds performed with the Victorian State Opera in over 40 countries. She is the co-founder and artistic director of Music Theatre Australia and Creative Universe and Inspiring Minds as well as the founder and executive producer of Creative Innovation Global.
Lucy Gale is a world class singer and known by her peers as ’The Voice’. She will be performing Soul / Jazz with her band Kerberos including the super talents of Gianni Turcio on piano, David Rosa on bass, Michael Rochford on Drums and the extraordinaire trumpet player Gianni Marinucci.
Tamara Vasilevitsky has a Bachelor degree in Music specializing as a piano teacher, piano artist and chamber orchestra soloist. After she graduated, she worked at the Minsk Conservatoire as a teacher and piano accompanist.
Galit Taylor Klas is a Melbourne based singer / writer / director who was born with expansive natural talent that has been further influenced by some of the worlds notable coaches, directors and performers.
David Ohaion singer / songwriter / musician will also be performing some incredibly touching original song.
Lauren Glezer is an young super talented singer / songwriter who will entertain and amaze. ‘I use music to map my personal journey – my own ups and downs and the stories of the people that I meet along the way. I find the more honest my songs are, the freer I become’ , writes Lauren.