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TINA ARENA’S SONGS ENCHANTÉ

by Jasbinder Singh

Friday 28th May – 8:00pm

Saturday 29th May – 8:00pm

Sunday 30th May – 8:00pm

Llewellyn Hall

One of the greatest voices of all time is back! Tina Arena, a homegrown icon and international star, will tour nationally in May 2021 with her brand-new show, Enchanté: The Songs of Tina Arena, according to TEG Dainty. Eric Avery, renowned composer, violinist, and dancer, will be a special guest on the tour.

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Enchanté promises to deliver the same high level of quality, integrity, emotional depth, and theatricality that we’ve come to expect from this extraordinary talent. The healing power of live music cannot be denied, and the prospect of hearing Tina’s transcendent songbook performed live — backed by her world-class band plus a string section — is the beacon of hope we all need right now.

Tina Arena (AM) is a name that needs no introduction. Only a few artists have achieved the kind of longevity and global success that Tina has. She has sold over 10 million records worldwide, as well as some career-defining, star performances in musicals (including, but not limited to, Notre Dame de Paris in The West End, as well as Cabaret, Chicago, and Evita here in Australia).

But it was as a contestant on Young Talent Time in 1974, when Tina was just 7 years old, that her powerful singing voice and charismatic presence first beamed into our living rooms (and hearts). Tina quickly became a regular cast member a year later, becoming one of YTT’s brightest stars for 7 years before deciding to strike out on her own and pursue a career as a solo artist in her own right.

Tina made history in 1995 when she became the first female artist to win both song and album of the year at the Australian Record Industry Awards (ARIAS). Her music and success have not only inspired generations of Australians, but also paved the way for upcoming Australian female artists to reach new heights in the Australian music industry.She was officially inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2015.

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