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Tori Horgan
Pop / Rock / Pop Punk
Australia

She has been honoured to have sung before Her Excellency Governor Marjorie Jackson-Nelson, Prime Minister John Howard, Premier Mike Rann, Treasurer Peter Costello, and President Bill Clinton at An Evening with President Clinton in 2001.

In November 2002, she sang the national anthem in front of a crowd of 35,000 at the SANFL Grand Final. The following year she again had the pleasure of singing the national anthem at Showdown 13, Crows vs. Port Power, before a record crowd of 51,000 fans at AAMI Stadium.

She has thrilled large crowds with her delicate renditions of ballads and carols at The Advertiser - Carols by Candlelight evenings in Elder Park, Adelaide in 2001 and 2002.

Other highlights of her career also include singing the Australian National Anthem & 'Simply The Best' at 'Jacobs Creek Tour Down Under' in January 2004 and 2005.

Tori was invited to perform at the 'Variety Club International Convention 2004' Humanitarian Award Dinner in Sydney at the 'Four Seasons Hotel Ballroom' in May 2004. A guest at the convention, Molly Meldrum subsequently commented on Channel 7's 'Popstars Live' regarding Tori's performance in Sydney, and invited Tori to sing on a pilot show Mollywood'. This was filmed at Channel 7 Studios in Melbourne, September 2004. Other guests also included Kate Ceberano, Killing Heidi, Eran James and Christian Alexanda.

In November 2004 Tori appeared as a guest performer at the 'Variety Melbourne Cup Eve Ball' and was the recipient of the Variety Club's Young Arts Achiever Award'.

2005 has also included guest appearances at the 'Miss World Australian Finals' in Sydney, 'Sparkling Melbourne' The Committee for Melbourne's 20th Anniversary, singing a duet with Bobby Valentine and 16-piece band in Melbourne and '30-30 Vision', Variety Club 30th Birthday Ball in Sydney.

Tori has been awarded a Performing Arts Scholarship at Scotch College. She is currently a year 11 student, studying and participating in drama, musical theatre, choir, vocal groups, jazz, tap, classical ballet, modern dance, guitar and piano.

In November 2005, Tori was awarded the 'South Australian Young Composers Award' for her composition 'Lonelier Place' in the pop/rock category.

Tori is currently composing and recording her demo album, produced by Daniel Jones (Savage Garden). Over the past year she has been working with Daniel at his studio in Brisbane recording several songs sourced from writers around the world.

She is currently working with various writers both in Australia and overseas (New York, Nashville & Los Angeles).

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