Sirens and Strings
Starring Suzie G and Angela Ayers
Electric violin – Classical Pop String Diva
Suzie G, guest headline entertainer invites you into her world of sophisticated music, fabulous costumes and entertaining presentations of some of the world’s most favourite classical and popular tunes.
Playing on her white electric violin, she dazzles her audiences with beauty of sound, glamour and a great sense of FUN!!
Her love of performing on world famous ocean liners has taken her all around Australia and Asia and since 2004 she has been lead violin in the internationally acclaimed electric string act Maske who made the finals on Australia’s Got Talent.
Miss G performs her choreographed dance moves to such show stoppers as: The Can-Can, Cotton Eye Joe, Eine Kleine Nacht Musik and Hawaii 5/0.
Suzie G, one of Australia’s top violinists has wowed audiences all over the globe… combining classical training, beauty, and musical flare. Suzie began performing at age 5 with the Suzuki school in Perth, Western Australia and has gone onto perform as a freelance musician with the QLD Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic and the Melbourne Symphony. International artists she has performed with include, Il Divo, Don Felder from the Eagles, Nigel Kennedy, Alan Tam (Hong Kong canto pop star), Dianne Warwick, Cliff Richard, Kenny G, The Neil Diamond Tribute Show, Rod Stewart and Jerry Lewis. She has personally played for megastars Richard Branson and Madeline Albright to name a few.
Angela is an icon in the entertainment industry throughout Australia and New Zealand. She became the Golden girl on NZ television in the 70’s through her television appearances with Peter Sinclair and Craig Scott on TV shows Happen Inn and Sing. By her early 20’s she had 2 hit records and had become a household name. This led to her being named “New Zealand’s Queen of Television” and “Most popular Female Artist”.
Shortly after moving to Australia, she won the plum role of Maggie in the Australian Production of A Chorus Line subsequently winning the only scholarship the New York Shakespearean Festival Trust had ever awarded to study ballet/jazz in Los Angeles. A steady stream of significant roles in the musical theatre circuit kept her in Australia throughout the 80’s including West Side Story, The Rocky Horror Show, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Cabaret, Chicago and Guys and Dolls with Anthony Warlow and the late Ricky May.
In the late 80’s Angela had moved to London but was lured back to Australia by Gordon Frost to star in the Australian National Tour of Jerry’s Girls alongside
Marcia Hines, Judi Connelli and Jeannie Little. In 1998 she wrote her own one woman cabaret show entitled I Can Cook Too performing with the
legendary Jazz Pianist Ray Alldridge.
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