Aura is a Sydney based trio providing entertainment for weddings, corporate events and private functions. With Vanya Jovanovic on vocals, Brock O’Shea on piano and guitar, and Patrick Rogers on drums and percussion, Aura are a young and energetic trio with a fresh sound. Aura’s performance repertoire spans 5 decades of music and covers genres such as pop, jazz, rock and R&B. Catering to all audiences, Aura perform current hits, 60s ballads, 80s classics, jazz standards and much more. Since their establishment in 2017, Aura have developed a strong resumè of performance experiences, having played at some of Australia’s most prestigious events and locations. Some of Aura’s nationally recognised clients include HCF Australia, Toyota and The National Institute of Dramatic Arts.
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