Greg Agar, Hugh Murray and Murray Sheridan are the Stomping Ivories. Now touring the world with two grand pianos and a drum kit!
The vocal trio swerves off a seemingly spontaneous hit list of over 350 songs from Gershwin to Gaga. It’s a hit concept sparked from the piano halls of New Orleans but organically infused with hundreds of performances across the back roads of Australia and now to rave reviews in Europe. With rock’n’roll swagger they deftly weave the hits songs of all eras, turning big rooms into intimate spaces where audiences can’t help but sing along. As at ease with the honky tonk of Elton John, the rock of AC/DC or Queen, Mancini to Madonna or the swinging’ class of Frank Sinatra and Ella the roguish spontaneity is a guarantee for one off memorable moments every night they step on stage.
With song-writing credits alongside Keith Urban, INXS and USA soul legend Lou Rawls, Hugh has songs on albums near one million sales. Greg and Murray have entered the Stomping fray, with a recent national Aria award as producer and engineer respectively. None other than Al Pacino chose a song co-written by Greg to sing and act out on film as the lead track in his latest Hollywood film ‘Danny Collins’.
The Cellists of TMO
The Cellists of TMO debuted in 2013 and have become an audience favourite, renowned for their wide range of unique..
Australian-Chinese opera singer Daniel Szesiong Todd began his career in Australia as a member of Victoria Opera’s Developing Artist Program,..
Composers in Exile
As the Weimar Republic descended into chaos, the people escaped into hedonistic abandon and an explosion of creativity. Under this..
Guy Noble is an all-round musical entertainer, who conducts, speaks and writes about music. He has worked with such international..
Australian baritone Sam Roberts-Smith is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and is already recognised as..
Up and coming soprano, Georgia Wilkinson, has been studying classical voice since the age of 14 when she was accepted..
Born in Cairns, Australia in 1977, Ambre began piano studies at the age of 3. She undertook her first Australian..
Cheryl Barker AO has established a distinguished Operatic Career throughout the UK, Europe, USA and Australasia. She has performed..
Formed in 2002, Nexas Quartet are focused on promoting the musical diversity of the saxophone, showcasing its versatility and ability..