LA DOLCE VITA - A Musical Journey

Featuring Tamara Vasilevitsky,

 Dunja Lavrova & Brett Kaye

Reserved Seating$50

 

$Saturday 26 February

ROYAL BRIGHTON YACHT CLUB

253 ESPLANADE, BRIGHTON

Show 8:30pm

Doors 8:00pm

Pre-show dining is available at Olympic Restaurant from 6pm

Book directly on 03 9592 3092 or online by clicking here.

Full menu can be viewed here.

Please note: Seating is allocated by booking group. If you wish to be seated with friends booked under a different name, please contact Ella here.

A variety of music on PIANO, VOICE & VIOLIN

Tamara Vasilevitsky

Tamara brings to the stage an exciting energy and presence with her renowned technical and musical virtuosity.  Her mastery of various musical styles encompasses a vast repertoire of jazz, classical, pop, medley, Spanish, French, gypsy and Russian folk, including her own unique arrangements. She has made her mark internationally and now  resides and performs in Australia.

She toured Russia and Europe as a soloist and accompanist with leading Russian musicians. 
Winner of the International Festival for variety artists, held in Moscow 1987 and other music competitions. 

Dunja Lavrova

Russian born Dunja Lavrova, began her musical studies in St. Petersburg,winning numerous competitions and touring as a prodigious young violinist,she then furthered her studies at the prestigious Yehudi Menuhin School in Great Britain on a full scholarship winning numerous awards (most notably the Tagore Gold Medal, presented to her by HRH Prince Charles)

Being a versatile artist she has performed both as a soloist and a leader with various renowned symphony orchestras and with artists such as Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett,Hugh Jackman, Cliff Richard and more.

Her performances range from electrifying videos on her YouTube channel, a spellbinding Jazz Fusion show and her surprising arrangements of Rock anthems for strings.

In 2019 Dunja migrated once again, this time to Australia where she now continues her deeply artistic life as a very unique kind of violinist.

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