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December 13, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm$10
Sydney songstress Rachel Collis has been described by reviewers as no less than “prodigy”, “sheer genius” (Australian Stage) and “a welcome jolt back to the time of Joni Mitchell and Carole King” (The Orange Press). Rachel is sweetness, sophistication and good old-fashioned songwriting, her songs ranging from the heart-swelling to the introspective to the humourous. Rachel’s albums (co-produced with Thirsty Merc’s Sean Carey) have sold internationally and grown Rachel a fan base of thousands in the UK, the US and Canada (places she has yet to tour!), and Rachel is regularly asked if her songs may be covered at local folk clubs in those countries. Closer to home, Rachel has performed to sell-out audiences at the prestigious Riverside Theatres, the Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai Folk Club, the Newcastle and Hunter Valley Folk Club, The Shack, Eastern Lounge, The Acoustic Picnic, Foundry 616, Camelot Lounge, at the Sydney and Adelaide Fringe Festivals and is a favourite performer at Humph Hall. This year Rachel performed her quirky and highly popular song “A Duck Named Sybil” at the Sydney Town Hall and the Sydney Opera House as part of the Arts Alive Concert Series. Originally a classically trained pianist, Rachel is nothing short of a virtuoso. She was awarded a Masters Of Music in Composition in 2012.
Rachael Collis is really fabulous. If you want a preview of her performance at Humph Hall it is at https://www.youtube.com/playlist…
See her live at Sutherland Acoustic on Thursday 3 December.
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