Tina Arena, recently being inducted into the Aria hall of Fame in 2015 is the name on everyone’s lips and without a doubt the most sought out performer for high profile corporate events in Australia and all over the globe.
You may recall some of the highlights of Tina Arena : a child star at age seven, household name throughout her teens, Don’t Ask one of the most defining Australian albums of all time that won six ARIA Awards and ended up in 1 in 4 Australia homes. Tina opened the 2000 Olympic Games to an audience of 3 billion people, has sold 8 million albums and performed with Donna Summer, Celine Dion, Julio Iglesias, Stevie Wonder and Marc Antony and played in the world’s iconic venues from Radio City Music Hall, to the Sydney Opera House, to Royal Albert Hall. Along the way she has picked up accolades including People’s Choice, Mo, World Music, ARIA, and Variety Awards. Tina Arena’s mutual love affair with Paris continues with Tina dividing her time between Australia and France. In 2011 Tina received the countries highest honour a National Order of Merit by French minister for culture and communication, Frederic Mitterrand – for her contribution to the arts. She later dined with Australian Prime Minster Gillard who personally presented her with a Global Foundation Award, recognising Tina’s work in representing Australia on the world’s stage .A wonderful career, rich in its diversity, one month Tina Arena can headline Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras with one of her dance anthems before touring with Andrea Bocelli the next. Always humble with a wonderful working-class sensibility and a great sense of humour and humility, Tina is an artist with true integrity and unwavering talent.