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SILVIE PALADINO RETURNS TO FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE By Melissa Walsh

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ilvie Paladino is one of Australia’s most versatile and talented entertainers performing throughout Australia, Asia and London’s West End. She is well known to audiences through her stage performances as well as her popular appearances on Carols by Candlelight. Accompanied by David Cameron on piano, Silvie will entertain at the Frankston Arts Centre on Friday February 9 with songs from her vast repertoire including classics from musicals, hits by female vocalists and songs of inspiration. “I have performed at the Frankston Arts Centre many times before and looking forward to doing it again. We are regulars to the peninsula as I have been coming down there since I was

a little girl. Every year our annual getaway is to our holiday house down there and we love every moment of the relaxing time,” said Silvie. Silvie has enjoyed a musical career spanning more than two decades. From performing in musicals on London’s West End to singing the national anthem at footy games to touring with seven prolific orchestras, Paladino is an obviously versatile performer. Beginning singing with a local teacher when she was nine years old, Silvie already had her first singing gig at 12 as the lead singer of a reception band that performed at weddings, baptisms and other local events. It wasn’t long before what

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