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Nerang, Queensland, Australia | SELF

Nerang, Queensland, Australia | SELF
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"Sweet 16 and already making her name in music"

Bree DeRome may have only just turned 16, but she's already made it onto the lineup for the Bryon Bay Blues Fest, Indy festival and Broadbeach Jazz Festival to name a few.

This year, she became the youngest person to be accepted into the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and she's just finished her first semester of a bachelor of popular music.

Bree performed live and acoustic for the Mornings program, take a listen here.



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- ABC


"TAFE & BREE"


Gold Coast Institute of TAFE Diploma of Music graduate Bree De Rome is a step closer to realising her dream of becoming an international act after being accepted into the Bachelor of Popular Music at Griffith University this year. Bree from our Gold Coast Hinterland said she felt TAFE was the right choice for her after being home schooled.
“I felt comfortable in the learning environment and made many new friends. “My TAFE teachers also helped me to discover there is another dimension of music and opened my mind to all genres. “I was introduced to the world of jazz and discovered Ella Fitzgerald who I really admire. “I know if I had gone straight to university I would not have been so well prepared to cope with the workload.
“After TAFE I feel I have the knowledge to give me a head start and I know I am now up for the challenge,” she said.
Bree is not your normal 16 year-old as she is an up and coming singer and song writer who has an obsession with the Beatles.
Ms De Rome’s inspirations are many including her mum who is a country music fan, her brother who taught her guitar and her sister who introduced her to the Beatles.
Bree said at just 10 years old she performed in her first country music talent quest
“At 14 I was selected to attend Tamworth’s exclusive Camarata Country Music School.
I have already had some amazing experiences from singing Waltzing Matilda at the opening of the 2008 Gold Coast Indy to performing in the top 24 singer/songwriter showcase at this year’s Country Music Festival in Tamworth.
“I am now really looking forward to the next phase of my life and getting used to the university way of life,” she said.


Gold Coast Institute of TAFE Diploma of Music graduate Bree De Rome is a step closer to realising her dream of becoming an international act after being accepted into the Bachelor of Popular Music at Griffith University this year. Bree from our Gold Coast Hinterland said she felt TAFE was the right choice for her after being home schooled.
“I felt comfortable in the learning environment and made many new friends. “My TAFE teachers also helped me to discover there is another dimension of music and opened my mind to all genres. “I was introduced to the world of jazz and discovered Ella Fitzgerald who I really admire. “I know if I had gone straight to university I would not have been so well prepared to cope with the workload.
“After TAFE I feel I have the knowledge to give me a head start and I know I am now up for the challenge,” she said.
Bree is not your normal 16 year-old as she is an up and coming singer and song writer who has an obsession with the Beatles.
Ms De Rome’s inspirations are many including her mum who is a country music fan, her brother who taught her guitar and her sister who introduced her to the Beatles.
Bree said at just 10 years old she performed in her first country music talent quest
“At 14 I was selected to attend Tamworth’s exclusive Camarata Country Music School.
I have already had some amazing experiences from singing Waltzing Matilda at the opening of the 2008 Gold Coast Indy to performing in the top 24 singer/songwriter showcase at this year’s Country Music Festival in Tamworth.
“I am now really looking forward to the next phase of my life and getting used to the university way of life,” she said.







- GOLD COAST BULLETIN


"bree is going up"

Media Release Caroline Russo
Date 8th July 09
Bree De Rome is a young and emerging artist who at her ripe age of is making a strong expression in the music world.

Last year she was spotted by Indy officials and invited to open up the 2008 Gold Coast Indy 300 Race. She sang Waltz Sing Matilda before a worldwide audience.

All though she is known for singing country music songs, Bree has recently added jazz and blues to her repertoire, and has studied her craft under renowned jazz musician Malcolm Wood. Her voice has developed with the guidance of her vocal coach and mentor Venetta Fields.

Be sure not to miss this delightful and talented young artist.
- gold coast bulletin


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