Tue, 04 July|
Claire's Kitchen at le Salon
Claire's Rising Stars Cabaret presents Trent Feltrin-Taylor and Julia Miletta
Trent and Julia can’t wait to share this evening with you, and hope you enjoy their night of ‘Love Letters’.
Time & Location
04 July 2023, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Claire's Kitchen at le Salon, 35 Oxford St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
About The Event
3 courses and 2 thirty minutes live sets $120 p/p
Arrival 6pm sharp
Trent and Julia are two Italian-Australian Artists that will be bringing a night of heart-wrenching, swoon-worthy and joyful ‘Love Letters’ to the Claire’s Kitchen stage. These two versatile queens will be performing a variety of pieces brought to you by the Gershwins, Michael Bublé, and Barbra Streisand to name a few. Trent and Julia will be accompanied by the esteemed Ms. Bev Kennedy on the keys, and are honoured to perform this evening with her. These two will bring you an array of pieces from golden-age Musical Theatre to modern-day pop.
Julia Miletta Bio:
Originally from Sydney, Julia (she/her) moved to Melbourne in 2019 to commence her Bachelor degree at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) in Music Theatre. She performed in the Melbourne Choir of ‘Chess: The Musical’ (dir. Tyran Parke), and in the ensemble of ‘Sweet Charity’ (dir. Jayde Kirchert). In her final year at VCA, Julia was a featured solo artist in ‘Morning Melodies 2022’ at Hamer Hall (dir. Jayde Kirchert) as well as perform in the collaborative performance project ‘Mongrel’ (dir. Maude Davey & Sarah Ward). Additionally, Julia was played the role of Beth in ‘Merrily We Roll Along’ (dir. Jason Langley) and Josephine Strong in ‘Urinetown’ (dir. Trudy Dunn). Julia was honoured to be the recipient of the 2022 Ron and Margaret Dobell Foundation Industry Award.
Trent Feltrin-Taylor Bio:
Trent Feltrin-Taylor (he/him) is a ‘22 Musical Theatre company Graduate from Brent Street Studios. He recently moved to Sydney to pursue his performing arts career, and has had the privilege to be mentored and taught by esteemed professionals such as Lisa Callingham, Mark Hill, Bev Kennedy and Michelle Barr along the way. During Trent’s time at Brent Street, he was given the opportunity to take on the roles of Vernon Hines in ‘The Pajama Game’, and the leading role of Barry Glickman in ‘The Prom’. Trent is currently under the vocal instruction of Robert Bertram, and is thrilled to be apart of Mr. Bertram’s new ‘Australian Musical Theatre Choir’.
Dinner and Show
Including Booking Fee$120.00