Commonwealth Bank Concert in Queen Street Mall - Natalie Gauci

Commonwealth Bank Concert in Queen Street Mall - Natalie Gauci

WHEN: Friday, 28 May 2010

TIME: 4.00pm

WHERE: Queen Street Mall Main Stage


Listen to the entertaining sounds of top Italian and Italian/Australian artists, as they give a free concert in the heart of town. The concert features professional musician, Roberto Nobilia, as well as the finalists of The Pellegrino Scholarship. The winner of the scholarship will study in Italy at one of the most prestigious music schools in the world.

Where:- Queen Street Mall.
When:- Friday 28th of May 4.00pm - 8.00pm
More Information:- FREE EVENT

Gauci placed
#1 Australian Idol 2007! Her debut album with
Idol/Sony went Platinum, selling over 70,000
copies, and her Winner's Journey Tour sold out
across Australia. This year Natalie is
writing/recording her long-awaited second Album. It
is direct from the heart, a genuine expression of
music that reaches our souls. Natalie is a luminous
individual, presenting expressive, emotional and
intelligent lyrics which dwell in your

T homas Penton
(Electric Candy) productions are supported for over
a decade by Sasha, John Digweed, Judge Jules, Paul
Oakenfold and more, with over 100 tunes on the most
respected dance labels (Perfecto, Armada, System,
Beatfreak, Stereo, Baroque) and tracks featured on
massive selling compilations (Euphoria,
Gatecrasher, Bedrock, Perfecto). On this pack
Thomas delivers a main room mix with full

Born in Sydney,
Australia, Robert
grew up listening to the radio and his Italian
parents’ record collection every day,
developing a love affair with the art of “the

Roberto Nobilia's latest release inspired by artist
like The Beatles, George Michael, Prince and the
Eagles. The title song from the album is the
feature theme song for Italian Week 2010. A smooth
captivating track which is getting lots of airplay
across the net. You can on the film clip

This compilation
of 6 tracks showcases Roberto's versatility and
songwriting talents. When asked about his motives
for the latest offering Roberto replied"..the mood
of the music is like sitting in lounge chair
relaxing whilst at the same time one is really
conscious, aware of the emotions that are being

Rather than having been influenced by certain bands
or a particular genre, Robert drew inspiration from
various modern popular songs that capture the
essence of character and emotional tone and that
reflect the voice and mood of the times. His music
is a quest to re-create this expression through his
own words, melodies and rhythms. Buy
Roberto's Limited Edition 6 track compilation as a
special offer of only $13.00 as part of Italian
Week 2010

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