|Nissan Launch Function
Divas Tania de Jong and Rebecca Bode join with fabulous magician Nigel for an exciting new show - magical in so many ways!
|Catholic Schools Conference
Tania de Jong and Jonathan Morton opened the Catholic Schools Conference in Melbourne recently. Tania was also one of the Guest Speakers talking about Creative Leadership.
|Ramsay Health Care 20 Years Anniversary
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Pot-Pourri created some very special lyrics about Ramsay Health and brought the house down when they serenaded new Managing Director Chris Rex. Many guests described it as the best entertainment they'd ever seen at an event!
|Opera in the Otways
Opera in the Otways took place in beautiful Melba Gully. The event which featured Pot-Pourri as the headline act was a huge success with a large crowd enjoying the beautiful weather and dressing up for the theme of “gumboots and pearls”.
|Tania is appointed a Member of the Order of Australia
Tania de Jong has received an AM in the Queen's Birthday Honours for service to the arts as a performer and entrepreneur and through the establishment and development of music and arts enrichment programs for schools and communities.
She is pictured at Government House with her mother Eva de Jong-Duldig and Governor de Kretser AC.
To see the full list of Honours, visit the website of The Australian Newspaper.
|Australian-Italian Festival - North Queensland
"Magnificent performance! It was delightful to see the group receive standing ovations at both performances which is a true indication of how well the public received Pot-Pourri."
|Pot-Pourri is named Australian Event Entertainer of the Year 2007
MTA is thrilled to announce that Pot-Pourri was named Australian Event Entertainer of the Year 2007 in the BT Publishing E-Awards for Event Excellence in an awards ceremony during RSVP in Sydney on 2 July.
Awarded for their consistently outstanding performances and constant innovation in corporate, community and charity entertainment, the award represents a significant acknowledgement and commendation from the Business and Tourism industry.
Tania de Jong is pictured receiving the award from the Publisher Helen Batt-Rawden.
For more information about Pot-Pourri, please visit their website at www.pot-pourri.com.au
World Congress on Endometriosis
Our sensational Melbourne songsters Pot-Pourri have a new show with wonderful new performers Jon Bode (tenor) and Rebecca Bode (soprano) joining Tania de Jong, Jonathan Morton and Rebecca Chambers. The group has an all new look and lots of new repertoire. They have had a standing ovation for each show they have done in 2008 so far!
Recent events have included the International Clinical Competence Conference Gala Dinner at MECC, a season of 14 shows at The Actors Studio in Kuala Lumpur, Opera in the Vineyards at Bird in Hand Winery in the Adelaide Hills and the World Congress on Endometriosis.
MTA produced the social events for the WCE including a stunning Opening Ceremony at MECC and the Gala Dinner at the NGV Great Hall.
A traditional Aboriginal musician greeting guests
I thought the performance by Pot-Pourri was of very high quality in terms of the music, artistic innovation and uplifting ambiance that it created. Writing special and brilliant lyrics about endometriosis was truly inspired. I have had the opportunity to travel throughout the world and cannot remember a performance I enjoyed more.A letter written by David Healy, the Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Monash University, Melbourne, is available here.