This is my dedication to Leonard Cohen. May he RIP.
Thank you for the music, the art and the passion.
I grew up with his music, and his music made me grow.
Suzanne, one of Cohen's most brilliant songs, was one that inspired me as an artist.
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Written by Kim Durant
This recording was recorded at Caloundra Events Centre during Mirusia's 2012 Home Tour in November 2012.
The song has a special meaning to Mirusia as the words relate to her exact feelings of coming home again and were written by her dear friend Kim Durant.
Mirusia's Salon Orchestra
Piano/MD: Michael Manikus
Mirusia talks about working with the Fanfare St Caecilia, Schinnen (The Netherlands) at the "Night of the Proms" concert. She talks about singing these two particular songs with them and the importance of music in children's lives. Plus, there are two clips from the songs "Geef Mij Je Angst" and "Memory".
Mirusia speaks to Philip Brady and Simon Owen on 3AW's Nightline Radio show.
- On being Brisbane/Queensland born and bred
- Mirusia's new album "A Salute to The Seekers"
- On working with Andre Rieu
Mirusia popped into 2AirFM Radio Coffs Harbour on the 27th of November 2015. In this 30 minute interview she talks about her passion for singing, working with Andre Rieu, her work with the Australian Children's Music Foundation, her new tour This Time Tomorrow and how it feels to sing for thousands of people around the world. You can also hear three of Mirusia's songs: Wishing You Were Somehow Here again (Phantom of the Opera), Home and Forever Shine.
See www.mirusia.net for all upcoming tour dates and webshop!