She’s been Australia’s high priestess of pop, an award winning jazz singer, wears the hat of a fine artistic director and, above all that; Kate Ceberano is a songwriter with the talent to take a tune to the top of the charts.

Sydney, NSW, Australia

There is something truly spectacular about multi-award winning singer and songwriter Kate Ceberano. Whether it is her soulful voice, her charismatic nature or exotic looks, she has become a legendary Australian icon over the past twenty-five years, from television appearances (Dancing with the Stars, Who Do You Think You Are, Getaway), to charity work as an Ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation or Artistic Director of Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

2009 saw the release of ‘Merry Christmas’, which achieved Gold status joining the already long list of Kate Ceberano’s achievements.
Doing what she loves most, making beautiful music; Kate has released 19 albums over her 25 years of success in the music industry.

Kate Ceberano is known to use her celebrity status to support and bring awareness to many causes close to her heart; for many years now being an Ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. “I like to be as involved as I possibly can in causes I feel strongly about,” says Ceberano. “Yes I am a musician, but if I can do more to help others then I will.” “I know I am privileged to be where I am at in my career. I don’t take anything for granted,” she says. “I am very thrilled to have this opportunity to follow my love of music, but I work hard to be where I am.”

In 2012 Kate Ceberano took the reins as the Artistic Director for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. In her first year she broke the record for most tickets sold and received high recognition from her peers for curating the best Adelaide Cabaret Festival yet and followed that with even greater success in 2013 which culminated in a stunning 35% increase in Box Office sales in just two years.

In 2012, Kate received critical acclaim for her portrayal of Bloody Mary in “South Pacific”, solidifying her stance in the theatre and an unstoppable talent. Also Kate recorded her original album, “Kensal Road”, in Kensaltown Studios, London which was released in July 2013.

In 2015 Kate Ceberano was inducted into the Australian Songwriters’ Hall of Fame. Kate is the only woman to be recognised as an inductee into this prestigious category. As a female artist who has been in the Australian music industry for over twenty-five years, Kate Ceberano has defied all the odds and continues to find success in all that she does.

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