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Mirusia and Emma Watkins duet in the classic Dutch children's Song - Poesje Mauw.
Especially for Mother's Day - an Iso-Collab with Rob Mennen, Giedrė Mundinaitė-Leenhouwers, Eleanor Streatfeild, Imke Heitzer and Lionel Von Lawrence.
Celebrated as the ‘Angel of Australia by André Rieu', the Australian-Dutch soprano Mirusia presents her two most recent ARIA chart-topping albums in a special 2-for-1 package.
“This Time Tomorrow” & “From The Heart”, feature 25 songs of love, loss and pure joy sung by one of Australia's most accomplished singers.
My first ever Christmas Album came out today! It is called 'Christmas Memories' and features a collection of songs that remind me of so many of my special memories at Christmas time. There are so many people that contributed to this album and I just wanted to write a little appreciation post to thank you all for your love, support and incredible hard work over the last few months.
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Alan Jones has reflected on his own brief singing career while being joined in-studio by Australian music royalty.
Athol Guy, who rose to fame in The Seekers, has joined forces with Mirusia, one of the country’s most famous sopranos, for an upcoming tour that pays tribute to the legendary Aussie band.
But it turns out they have something very special in common with Alan Jones.
All three have performed with violinist Andre Rieu, including Alan, who joined him on stage in Sydney to sing The Seekers’ hit I Am Australian in 2009.
“It was a splendid success,” laughs Alan. “They called for encores!”
It's a pairing a lifetime in the making. After growing up surrounded by the music of The Seekers, Australian soprano Mirusia paid tribute to them in the truest way possible, now they're hitting the road together. We chatted with Mirusia and original The Seekers member Athol Guy to find out all about it.
A celebration of The Seekers story featuring Mirusia and the original members of the legendary Australian supergroup.
SUN 13 OCT, 3pm
Concert Hall QPAC
SUN 20 OCT, 3pm
City Recital Hall
SAT 2 NOV, 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Melbourne Recital Centre
"Mimma Marini, played by the soprano-darling of Andre Rieu fame, Mirusia Louwerse, was the true embodiment of an independent, head-strong Italian journalist. Her acting and accent were impeccable and her voice like the nightingale referred to in the show – sweet, yet rich and full bodied. I was impressed by the depth and commitment to character and, as testament to the true actress in her, mesmerised by her story." -Leigh Andrew Hill, OUTinPerth
"Mirusia Louwerse shines as Mimma – from the moment she glides down the stairs to delighting in the wonders of London and showing strength and compassion in hardship, Louwerse is a shining light – a beacon of hope and goodness in the world. Her voice is clear and bright and the character of Mimma will charm even the hardest of hearts." -Laura Money, The Fourth Wall
"Louwerse, in particular, was a true delight to witness in what is a very different role for her." - Jessie Stoelwinder, The West Australian
"Much of the advertising has centred on the star billing of Mirusia Louwerse, who plays the title role of Mimma Marini. Mirusia sings gorgeously and anchors the show with grace, forming a wonderful relationship with Holly Meegan who is stunning as Sarah Parker, the other leading role in this production. Great to see a show that celebrates female friendship." -Kimberley Shaw, Stage Whispers
"It’s refreshing to see a new work that champions women who have men in their lives but who are never defined in relation to them. The casting of these two characters, then, is vital to the success of the production and fortunately Louwerse and Meegan delivered as Mimma and Sarah respectively. Accomplished soprano Louwerse displayed her vocal dexterity brilliantly in the second act." -Claire Trolio, Seesaw