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Watch AUSLAN performance

Watch students from the Thomas Pattison School in NSW translate Keep On into Auslan then perform the song!

Ngaiire to perform in Hyde Park

Ngaiire imageFuture soul artist, Ngaiire, will perform with 300 students in Hyde Park on October 31st.

Ngaiire (pronounced nyrie) was on the triple j 2010 Next Crop list and is building a reputation for herself as one of the country’s most unique and dynamic performers. Born in Papua New Guinea, Ngaiire came to Australia at just 16.

Moving to Sydney after a brief stint studying for a Jazz degree at the Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Ngaiire embarked on a long period of touring with roots collective, Blue King Brown, and mentor and electronic icon Paul Mac.

We can't wait to hear her perform!

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