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Michelle Nicolle

Mo Award (2001 and 2003), National Jazz Award (1998) winner and A.R.I.A Finalist (2001) Michelle Nicolle is a jazz musician whose chosen instrument is Voice. Michelle started her musical career at the age of eight- studying the violin in South Australia's Barossa Valley. Now basing herself in Melbourne, she is rapidly becoming known as one of Australia's finest jazz singers. “..an exceptional singer.. who deserves attention as an original and inspiring Jazz artist.” Cadence Magazine (USA), June 2003

“Michelle Nicolle stands above any other jazz singer in the country.” ***** Dec. 2003 “Australian jazz singing doesn't come any better than this.” Feb. 2003 The Weekend Australian

“Oh yeah. She's really cool!” Kurt Elling, Fremantle Voice News Jan, 2002

Michelle Nicolle Quartet has released four successful CDs: Misterioso (Newmarket Music) 1998, After the Rain (ABC/Universal) keep your heart right (Newmarket 2002) - all receiving great support from music critics and audiences.

The most recent, specially commissioned album for ABC Jazz (Universal) The Crying Game, is an eclectic collection of favourite songs from films including Midnight Cowboy, Sound of Music and Trainspotting - just released November 2, 2003

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