Rendez-vous in South Bank | 7-8-9 July 2017

show day Archives: Saturday

The Carey Sisters

The Carey Sisters

'Rose and Eliza, The Carey Sisters, return to the stage at the Brisbane French Festival to enchant you with a selection of delightful French songs. The variety of traditional and modern popular French songs will get your toes tapping. These memorable tunes will have you singing them to yourself long after the music stops.

Rose and Eliza are local girls attending Brisbane State High and the Griffith University Young Conservatorium.

They are talented singers and performers, despite their young ages (14 and 16), and have performed at many events around Brisbane.'

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Saturday

11:20 pm - 11:40 pm

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Cameleon

Cameleon

The Cameleon Group was formed in 2016, and comprises international musicians with years of experience.

Samuel is a singer and pianist from Mauritius where he began playing at the age of 8. He is now a very talented pianist and his approach to music is exceptional. Very influenced by Jazz and Soul, his native music
is the Sega. His compositions are a really interesting mix of different influences.

Orlando, who plays drums, is English, and started very young on European stages. He is the drummer of the Gong band for many years; his experience and special touch are truly remarkable.

Bobby the bassist is from the Fiji Islands and has been a musician for more than 30 years. His musical background is vast with soul and bluesy influences, he is also very original and independent.

The Cameleon Group will delight Le Festival's public with their French songs, a lot of rhythm and energy!

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Saturday

11:55 am - 12:25 pm

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DJ Orelee

DJ Orelee

DJ Orelee is a creative and original 'djette' ready to cook up a storm on the dancefloor at Le Festival's special French electro night!
As a child Orelee spent hours with the record turntable of her parents...vinyls from the 1980's were dominant. As a teenager she was passionate about different forms of artistic expression and at 17 she joined a large variety and pop-rock orchestra. For 5 years, until 2002, Orelee learnt different technical aspects of the profession: acoustics,
the installation and use of equipment, song, dance, décor and costumes.

It was in 2003, during language studies in the heart of Ireland's countryside, that she decided to become a DJ. Her initial training was in Nantes in France where she equipped herself and created her own musical events. Graduating in 2005 from the UCPA Musical and Scenic Animations in Lyon, Orelee enjoyed a series of contracts where she
demonstrated exceptional adaptability to her clients with a broad choice of music.

A Resident at the Club Med in the Hautes-Alpes during the winter and summer of 2007 she was invited in October to Club Med in the Turks and Caicos Archipelago to be the sole woman DJ Resident at the biggest Club in the islands. The visitors were principally Americans and Canadians. Orelee was Resident DJ there for 6 months and returned each season for the next 3 years as Club Med Artiste.

Returning to France, Orelee chose Paris to mix and animate numerous private parties in diverse venues: the Salon "Pret-a-porter Paris;" the Salon UMIH; Salon of the Photograph; Club Med; the Champs Elysees Bar; Rival de Lux; Ski Mix; ID night TGV; Opera Garnier; The 104, The 1515, The Bataclan and so many others..

In 2016 she left Paris and plunged into an Australian adventure bringing with her 13 years of experience and anticipation to mix the turntables for her new Australian friends!

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Saturday

8:35 pm - 10:00 pm

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Les Femmes

Les Femmes

This stunning show is an elegant tribute to all things traditionally Showgirl - Stunning dancers, glamour, high kicks, sequins, feathers and energy galore! 
Our gorgeous dancers have graced the stages of some of the most famous and prestigious venues in the world, from Paris to Las Vegas and the extravagant and luxurious casinos of Asia. 
Exuding the talent and finesse that can only be attained from the experience of our showgirls, watch as they take you on a journey back in time to the glory days of this art form, where a touch of skin and a sparkle in the eye won the hearts of many and broke the hearts of more...

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4:25 pm - 4:35 pm
6:40 pm - 6:50 pm

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Aspire Youth Festival Performers

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ASPIRE Youth Festival performers

The Highton Strings – Camberwell Grammar School

Music is central to the life of Camberwell Grammar School and every boy is a participant in any one or more of the myriad school music activities. The ensemble for the ASPIRE Festival comprises students from Yr 8 to Yr12. In 2015, the Highton Strings toured Germany, Austria, Slovenia and Italy, a performance highlight was at Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna.  

 

Cantare – Westlake Girls High School

Cantare is the premier girls’ choir from Westlake Girls High School with 44 singers aged from Year 9 to 13. Located on the North Shore of Auckland City, New Zealand, Westlake has a long-standing reputation for excellence in choral and instrumental music. Cantare is one of four choirs run at Westlake Girls, and is directed by Fiona Wilson, tutored by vocal consultant Na Young Kim and accompanied by Cathy Bennett.

 

Ipswich Girls Grammar Show Choir

The IGGS show choir consists of students from years 7 – 12 at Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School and is a relatively young group, formed in September 2016, as an extension to the already-existing and all-inclusive IGGS Belle Voices Choir. The IGGS Show Choir represents the school in both competitive and non-competitive events for the wider community. Most recently, they participated in the 2016 Brisbane Sings event at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, and competed in the Silkstone Vocal Eisteddfod where they were awarded third-place, an outstanding result for the choir.  The IGGS Show Choir is directed by Miss Claire Candy, a soprano hailing originally from Hobart, Australia.

 

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Saturday

12:40 pm - 1:20 pm

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