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Emma Pask Emma Pask7:00 pm , Saturday, August 2The greatest gift to Australian Jazz Vocals in the last decade is how James Morrison, Australias most awarded jazzman, describes Emma Pask. Her talent was spotted by James Morrison during one of his regular visits to high schools when she was just 16. She first sang with his band that night and has been touring with Morrison around Australia and overseas, ever since.While Emmas voice and style are unique, and individually her own, her performances are reminiscent of the classic era of jazz, when swing was top of the charts.By request, in 2006, Emma performed the Bridal Waltz for Nicole Kidman and Keith Urbans wedding, also performing through the evening with a swinging set of big band numbers with the Sydney All Star Big Band.Earlier that same year, Emma was awarded the Mo Award for Jazz Vocalist of the year.Emma has been a regular guest on national TV shows like Hey, Hey Its Saturday, the Midday Show, Good Morning Australia, the Today show, and has also sung to VIP audiences including the late Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Mary of Denmark, and the Prime Minister of Australia.Youll often hear Emmas voice on numerous Television Commercials, movie soundtracks and voice over work.She has performed to audiences of up to 80,000 people,Sung in London at The Queen Elizabeth Hall with the BBC Concert Orchestra,In China with The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra,In Auckland with the NZ Philharmonic,With Barbara Morrison, Don Burrows, Ed Wilson, Conductor Sean OBoyle,With the WA Symphony Orchestra,Recorded with the BBC Big Band in London,Performed at the Phillips International Jazz Festival in Kuala Lumpur,At the Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne,In Cape Town S.A with the Darius Brubeck Trio,toured her band The Emma Pask Qunitet through Laos and Singapore, and Rome Italy.And has performed at the Sydney Opera House, guesting alongside James Morrison with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.Following the enormous success of her first 2 albums, Emma and This Madness called Love, Emma has recently released her latest recording Some Other Spring.Despite her achievements and the international recognition of her talent, Emma retains her natural, refreshing and unpretentious, positive approach to life.James Morrison says Whilst its fashionable to be a jazz singer these days, shes the real thing!
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