Silvie Paladino is one of Australia's most versatile and talented entertainers and is coming to Brisbane. She has recently released the album, I Give You My Heart. She will be accompanied by David Cameron on piano and the Brisbane City Temple Salvos Brass Band. Silvie performs 2 concerts only: 2:30pm matinee concert and 7:30pm evening concert.
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Silvie has received critical acclaim for theatrical and concert performances throughout Australia, Asia, London and New York. She will entertain you with songs from her vast repertoire including classics from musicals, hits by female vocalists, opera and songs of inspiration.
Silvie's first theatrical role was Eponine in the Australasian tour of Les Miserables. She was then invited to perform the same role in the London production in the West End. In 1997, Silvie returned to London where she performed the role of Fantine in Les Miserables for a successful two-year season.
Silvie's other Australasian credits include: Her one-woman show Silvie Paladino Sings Streisand (Green Room Award nomination), The role of Jeannie in Hair, Grizabella in the Australian and Asian tour of Cats, Ellen in Cameron Mackintosh's Australian premiere of Miss Saigon, Donna in the smash hit Mamma Mia!, Rita in the world premiere of Sideshow Alley, Clara in Passion,
Lady Thiang in The King And I, for The Production Company,
Florence in Chess (Green Room Award winner and Helpmann Award nomination),
and more recently Jerry's Girls.
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Silvie has toured nationally with her own show, sung with symphony orchestras around Australia, featured at major sporting events, including the 2005 AFL Grand final and performed for celebrated theatre composers Stephen Sondheim and Stephen Schwartz. She is well known to Australian audiences through her regular appearances on Carols by Candlelight.
Recently Silvie performed at the O2 Arena London, as part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations of the Salvation Army. In 2015 Silvie performed at 54 Below just off Broadway in New York City. Silvie partners with The Salvation Army to provide these concerts as a means of supporting the Salvos' presence and activities in the city.