Born On This Day Classical
Andre Georges Louis Onslow (or George, as he was more commonly known) was born into a wealthy family, which allowed him to pursue his musical studies without financial worry. He studied piano and composition with some of the leading musicians of the day, including Ignaz Pleyel, Johann Baptist Cramer, and Jean-Baptiste Rey.
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Originally from Sydney, Lucy Kiely has lived and worked on the breathtaking Amalfi Coast of Italy for almost a decade. She has experience as a singer and songwriter, including co-writing the official Platinum Jubilee song for Queen Elizabeth II, performed at Buckingham Palace in 2022 by Grammy Award
Born On This Day Classical
Deodat de Séverac was born on July 20, 1872, in Saint-Félix-Caraman, a small village in the south of France. He came from a family of noble lineage, but they lost their titles during the French Revolution. Displaying exceptional musical talent from a very young age. At the age of four, he reportedly began picking out tunes on the family piano, and by six, he was composing his first pieces.
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Australia is leading the way in digital audio listening, challenging the perception that younger music fans have abandoned radio for platforms like Spotify and TikTok. According to the seventh Infinite Dial Australia report, 81% of Australians aged 12 and above listen to digital audio monthly, surpassing the figure of 75% in the United States. This includes listening to AM, FM, and DAB+ radio stations online, as well as podcasts and music streaming services.
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It’s July. By now all the aspiring pianists around the world have learned whether they were successful and made the cut for the 32 competitors who will battle it out on the keyboard for this year’s winner.
APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre are thrilled to announce that the Art Music Awards of 2023 will take place on Tuesday, August 15th, at Carriageworks in Sydney, on Gadigal land. This grand event aims to celebrate the remarkable achievements of exceptional talent in the composition, performance, education, and presentation of Australian music.
Born On This Day Jazz On This Day
Georgie Fame is without a doubt, a hugely iconic figure in the UK jazz scene, renowned for his unique blend of jazz, rhythm and blues, and soul. Born as Clive Powell on June 26, 1943, in Leigh, Lancashire, Georgie Fame displayed exceptional musical talent from an early age.
Ngarra-Burria (‘To Listen, To Sing’) is a program instigated by Dharug composer and teacher Christopher Sainsbury in 2016 to encourage and enable indigenous composers to ‘create notated compositions and industry connections’.