Charmaine's musical ventures are as eclectic as the variety of industry greats she has had the honour of working with including Paul Grabowsky, Paul Kelly, Michael Buble, Leroy Jones, Naturally 7, Darlene Love, James Morrison, Leo Sayer, Patti LuPone, Lior, Mama Kin and Em Rusciano to name a handful.
In the Jazz world, Charmaine is admired for her improvisational concepts, collaborating with many Australian and International players. Her unique style and precision defined in albums of originals and standards, A Small Hotel (2012) and Still (2013).
Headlining for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in The ASO Does Disco (2015) with conductor Guy Noble and more recently backing a host of Aussie icons led by John Foreman including Hugh Sheridan and Rob Mills with George Michael: Listen to your Heart (2018), Charmaine's reputation of 'Adelaide's Vocal Darling' continues to reinstate. She regularly displays time and again her versatility in repertoire, range and timbre.
Most recently, Charmaine led the 'Gospo Collective' backed by The Jones Commentary and Jones Juniors for their sell-out and 5-star season of the choral extravaganza Jackson Vs Jackson for the Adelaide Fringe Festival and appeared as a judge in the panel off 100 on the new prime-time television show with Ronan Keating and Julia Zemiro, All Together Now - The 100 on Channel 7. All of this amidst a myriad of musical projects including a long-awaited album recording of original music and re-worked covers.
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