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C r e a t i v e s


Producer, Composer, Lyricist / Script writer & Music Director


Scott Hamilton                                                             


Scott holds Associate and Licentiate Diplomas in Voice from Trinity College , London and an A.Mus. A in piano. His performance credits include the role of Joseph in 'Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat', Carmen ( Melbourne City Opera) , Madame Butterfly and numerous solo appearances with The Melbourne Chamber Choir, The Leading Dramatic Society and The Bel Canto Choir.

       He has also performed with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, with soloists from Opera Australia and duets with the internationally reknowned Australian soprano  and ABC recording artist Annalisa Kerrigan. In 2013 he performed in concert with renowned American composer Daniel Carter in Salt Lake City, Utah.

        As an accompanist he has accompanied Jazz great Bridgette Allen and clarinettist Dr. Peter Clinch as well as for numerous theatre productions, musicals, competitions, examinations,  and auditions. He has lent his voice to many ABC and 3MBS recordings as part of the Melbourne Chamber Choir. He has directed ensembles, choral groups and been the musical director for many community and Church concerts and events. In 2014 an original Christmas song entitled 'Come, Little Shepherd Boy' was published for the first time in the US.





Bridgette Allen


Bridgette Allen is renowned as a Jazz and Cabaret artist in the music industry whose professional career has spanned over 30 years as a highly experienced and successful performing artist, educator and adjudicator in both Australia and New Zealand.

Bridgette is a New Zealand born performer and having achieved her Teacher’s certificate with Honors for Tap Dancing with the British Ballet Organisation (B.B.O.) and she ran her own Tap Dance School from the age of 15.

        She went on to achieve noted success in New Zealand television and film, theatre, live concert performances, recordings, and in particular receiving the award for ‘Most Professional Entertainer’ in 1977.   Since moving to Australia in 1982, Bridgette's list of credits have included:  Chapel off Chapel, Bennetts Lane, Dizzy’s Jazz Bar, Melbourne Concert Hall, Mietta’s Jazz Lane, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Kingston Arts Centre with Bob Sedegreen, Montsalvat  International Jazz Festival and various appearances on commercial and ABC TV. She has also directed a number of musicals ranging from Cole Porter to My Fair Lady and Women at the Well.

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