When you have sung with the likes of Plácido Domingo and Pavarotti you are perhaps used to ovations and accolades, but when you are an opera singer, singing a song from ‘Old blue eyes’ at an event filled with people half your age into trap music, you would be forgiven for thinking that you may not be the highlight of the evening, wrong!
Robert Magyar who has been singing at the highest level from his days at school, starting at The internationally acknowledged choir of Tóth Lajos Általános Iskola in primary school and going on to perform with the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, Yevgeny Nesterenko, Elena Obraztsova, Éva Marton did not expect his music to have such an impact at the G Salvatore Fashion showcase, his first UK performance.
The G Salvatore Fashion showcase hit with a bang bringing the exciting fitted and exclusive designs from Gianni Salvatore to us in great style at an event that boasted stars, celebrities and top models from around the world.
Produced by Stevie Eagle E for Shlepp Entertainment the event was meant to showcase not just the designs and fashion of Gianni Salvatore but also bring in music and entertainment in a unique way.
The first exclusive pictures showing some of the fashions hit our desks last week and we decided to show you our top ten picks from the G Salvatore Fashion showcase event.
Anyone who has had to stand on a stage and perform can testify to how nerve racking this experience can be at the best of times. This experience has been known to break many a person. So you can imagine how much harder it must be for an autistic person who has a difficulty dealing with large numbers of people in everyday life. Prince Bayo known as the ‘autistic Prince’ has to deal with Autism and ADHD. He has been battling with this his entire life and when he has to perform or be around crowds his anxiety levels can go over the top. As he puts it. ‘It takes only one thing to not go according to the plan in my head and I am all over the place.’
No.1 selling Norwegian star Beate Jacobsen has come a long way since her no.1 hit Strand Hotel. The journey has been one of awakening and change. A Journey that as she puts almost led her to quit the industry altogether. Now though, she is back and with a new sound and new energy for creating even more great music. Beate Jacobsen flew into London to perform live for the first time in a while at the G Salvatore fashion showcase in Birmingham at the M-Club.
Music and Fashion combine as an incredible host of International stars descend on Birmingham for fashion showcase.
January is set to hit with a bang, at least in Birmingham as the buzz around the city is all about the G Salvatore fashion showcase event taken place this weekend at the M-Club. When most are still waking up from the excesses of Christmas and New year it seems Stevie Eagle E of Shlepp Entertainment was busy planning yet another great event. This time it is not the Birmingham Inspiration Awards or Top UK Model 2017 but a fashion showcase for designer G Salvatore This is a unique event, unlike any other fashion showcase we have ever seen in the way it combines fashion and music with an incredible lineup of international stars, top models, and celebrity hosts.
Birmingham Greyhound Protection’s Kerry Elliman wins big at Birmingham Inspiration Awards – Full list of winners!
It was little surprise to many at the Birmingham Inspiration Awards at the ICC when Kerry Elliman won most charitable business along with three other awards. Kerry Elliman is well known throughout Birmingham for her tireless work at Greyhound Protection. We share the full story behind Kerry and all the other news concerning the Birmingham Inspiration Awards and Top UK Model finals.
Birmingham UK poised for one of it’s biggest nights of the year as the Inspiration Awards hits town on a night of inspiration and celebration.
On Saturday the 11h of November at the Birmingham ICC something quite special is about to take place. The Birmingham Inspiration Awards. What makes this event all the more interesting and powerful is that is ‘by the people for the people’. I am sure many of the big media moguls and businesses are scratching their heads wondering, how did this get so big and slip right under our radar for so long? How was something like this done and we did not do it? The basic truth of the matter is that something like this can rarely be done by the super big boys or the media moguls like ‘Simon Cowell’. These types of events need to be thought out and brought to life by Mavericks not tied down to the same rules as everyone else (Commerical constraints and TV schedules). That is the only way something a little different can be done and that is the way the Birmingham Inspiration Awards has come about.