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Bachelor of Music (Classical Voice)

Kate Miller-Heidke's remarkable voice has mesmerised audiences across the world and especially in Australia, where she has received numerous ARIA Awards.

As a classical singer, she has also won awards including the Elizabeth Muir Prize, the Donald Penman Prize, the Linda Edith Allen Memorial Prize and the Horace Keats Prize.

In 2007 she released her debut record, Little Eve, which went gold, followed by 2008's platinum record Curiouser and 2012's ARIA/iTunes chart-breaker Nightflight. Her fourth record, O Vertigo, an album that playfully redefined the boundaries of pop music while pushing her voice into uncharted vocal terrain, was recorded independently.

"Something I really wanted to embrace on this album, more than ever before, is exploiting the range and dynamics in my voice," said Kate.

"So for me, this record is about asserting myself and making my own choices. It might alienate some people, but this album is about focusing on where my strengths lie."

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