Mirusia

Celebrated as the 'Angel of André Rieu', the Australian-Dutch soprano Mirusia is in full swing forging her own career as a solo artist. Her recent album ‘From the Heart’ and tour of the same name has received outstanding reviews and has touched the hearts of many audiences. Her performances have been declared; “heart-warming, personal and they leave you no choice but to love Mirusia.”

Mirusia studied classical voice at the Queensland Conservatorium in Australia and at the age of 21 was announced as the youngest ever recipient of the prestigious Dame Joan Sutherland Opera Award. After graduation, her career blossomed when she toured the world for 10 years as a featured soloist with the Johann Strauss Orchestra. This much loved orchestra is based in Maastricht, Netherlands and is led by the acclaimed violinist, André Rieu.


The stadium-size concerts have forwarded Mirusia a wonderful opportunity of singing before country leaders, royalty and millions of fans and all nationalities have marvelled at the clarity, dexterity and the exquisite sound of her voice.

Her solo career is flourishing with many extensive and successful tours of Australia and internationally and her solo recordings always place highly on the Australian Aria Album and DVD chart rankings. In 2016 the album “This Time Tomorrow” and the DVD of the same name, both ranked in the top 10 for many weeks, with the CD reaching the number one position for best-selling classical crossover album and DVD reaching #1 on the Australian Music DVD Charts. Her new album “From The Heart” is already selling exceptionally well in Europe and has recently been released in Australia.

Mirusia resides in Brisbane, Australia with her husband Youri and her young daughter Sasha and when not touring she invests in the lives of other young, talented up and coming Australian singers; mentoring and producing recordings. Mirusia is also the International Ambassador for the Australian Children's Music Foundation and she is also a proud Ambassador of the Redland Foundation.

André Rieu:
“I’m proud to have been there from the start and to see her career take off. After having worked with this incredibly talented young lady I can only wish her all the best in her solo career.“

Graeme Press (Music Director):
“Her voice is true and pure over her entire range, register and repertoire. Her performances are consistently flawless; being both alluring and charming… and the audience never fails to leave a concert feeling entertained and enriched - A delightful person on and off the stage and worthy of the acclaim and recognition that she receives.”

 

Mounties, Mount Pritchard, NSW

Friday 27th April - 7.30pm

The Juniors, Kingsford, NSW

Saturday 28th April - 8.30pm

Dee Why RSL Club, NSW

Sunday 29th April - 4PM

The Capital, Bendigo, VIC

Friday 4th May

Frankston Arts Centre, VIC

Satuday 5th May

Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, NSW

Tuesday 12th June - 7.30pm

Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, NSW

Wednesday 13th June - 7.30pm

Lighthouse Theatre Warrnambool, VIC

Friday 15th June

Horsham Town Hall, VIC

Saturday 16th June - 8pm

Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, NSW

Friday 22th June - 8pm

Anitas Theatre, Thirroul, NSW

Saturday 23rd June

The Loch, Berrima, NSW

Sunday 24th June

Lizotte's, Newcastle, NSW

Wednesday 27th June

Lizotte's, Newcastle, NSW

Thursday 28th June

Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith, NSW

Saturday 30th April - 7.30pm

Latrobe Performing Arts Centre, Traralgon, VIC

Tuesday 3rd July

The Wedge, Sale, VIC

Wednesday 4th July

Bunjil Place, Casey, VIC

Saturday 7th July