SBS continues their exclusive live coverage of the Eurovision Song Contest once again for 2018. Aussie songstress Jessica Mauboy will be representing Australia with her hit track 'We Got Love' at the international music showcase in Lisbon.
The Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools, it is unequalled in the world with over 2000 dancers, a 1500-voice choir, an 80-piece symphony orchestra and 50 exceptional soloists.
The Feed's Eurovision After Party will dissect, poke, giggle and celebrate the top ten moments from the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest final.
A decade after the end of the Second World War, the first Eurovision Song Contest took place in Lugano, Switzerland, on 24th May 1956. Just seven countries took part but it was an instant hit and became an unbroken annual fixture. Today, the Eurovision Song Contest is one of the most-watched broadcast events in the world. This two-part documentary provides the inside story of a great European institution - packed with classic pop, backstage intrigues and some truly astonishing outfits. But more than that, it will peer beyond the glitz and sparkle to examine how Eurovision has tracked - and at times even influenced - the changing social and political life of Europe.
Australia's time has come to soar like a mighty power ballad and take centre stage at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 as Jessica Mauboy takes the stage tonight to perform to 180 million viewers across the globe.
The world's favourite song contest is back! Malmoe, Sweden will host Eurovision 2013 following their win in 2012. Ten countries from each semi-final will qualify for the final and will be joined by Sweden, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang return to head up the coverage direct from Malmoe.
In this new two-part documentary series, The Road To Eurovision with Julia Zemiro, Julia embarks on a road trip to the heart of Eurovision. Travelling across Europe in her campervan, Julia takes a personal journey to discover exactly what makes a Eurovision star. Along the way, she meets some amazing characters and visits some earlier Eurovision locations. At the end of the road Julia introduces the host city for 2012, Baku.
The world's largest variety show. 3600 students, 400 schools, 2000 dancers and 1300 choir members. Featuring School Spectacular graduate and winner of The Voice, Anja Nissen, in a special guest appearance including a duet with Alexa, winner of The Voice Kids.
Coverage of this year's Eurovision Song Contest direct from Stockholm, Sweden with hosts Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang providing commentary. Australia's hopes lie in Dami Im to take the country to the top five.
The second semifinal sees 10 countries go through to compete for glory at the grand final. Hosts Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey will be ready on the ground from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, to bring every angle of the contest. Competition's tough, as acts are voted through this semifinal to go on to compete in the Eurovision Grand Final.
Talented 10-15 year olds from 17 countries are about to come together to battle it out on stage for Eurovision glory, with all the catchy pop tunes, emotional ballads, impressive choreography, vocal prowess, surprising props, glitzy costumes and fun of the grown-up version.
Graham Norton and Eurovision 2013 presenter Petra Mede host a special concert to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest with show stopping performances from some of Eurovision's greatest acts of all time.
For the first time on Nine, a show like no other, the 30th Anniversary of the Schools Spectacular. 3600 students, 400 schools, 2000 dancers and 1300 choir members deliver cutting-edge youth dance and musical numbers.
This final episode looks at Eurovision from the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 to the present day. In a few short years, Europe changed forever. New nations emerged clamouring to join the Eurovision Song Contest, desperate to establish their own national identity. Dramatic revolutions coincided and fed off what had become the biggest entertainment show on the planet.
The Schools Spectacular showcases a 2700-strong choir, 2300 diverse dancers, an 80-piece symphony orchestra, a world-class stage band and a huge number of outstanding solo performers.
It's the world's ultimate, crazy song competition and Australia has been watching for over 30 years. There are so many highlights in the contest's history, now it's time to decide the top 40 favourite songs. Hosts Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey present the top 40 songs from Eurovision's 60-year history with the countdown entirely voted by those who know best, Australia's Eurovision fans. A host of Australian musicians, comedians, celebrities and Eurovision fanatics discuss some of their hilarious insights about featured moments, including Richard Wilkins, Adam Liaw, Lucy Durack, Johnny Ruffo, Casey Bennetto, Michalas Banas, and featuring special in-studio performances by Dami Im, Paul Capsis and Bjorn Again.
This is the biography of Miriam Makeba, South African singer and anti-Apartheid activist, the voice and the hope of Africa.
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Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection.