Lemalu


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Lemalu

(ləˈmɑːluː)
n
(Biography) Jonathan (Fa'afetai). born 1976, New Zealand singer of Samoan descent; a bass-baritone noted esp for his lieder recitals
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Closing the symposium and AGM were Samoan Nurses' Association convenor Tai'ivao Lemalu Siniva Cruickshank and Tongan visitor from Sydney Seini Afeaki.
THE LINE-UPS ENGLAND SAMOA Brown Tuala May Perez Slade Fonotia Lozowski Leiua Daly Lemi Ford (c) Nanai-Williams Care Polataivao Genge Lay George Matu'u Cole Brighouse Launchbury Tyrell Ewels Vui (c) Itoje Faasalele Robshaw (c) Ioane Simmonds Lam 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ENGLAND REPS: Hartley, Marler, Williams, Isiekwe, Lawes, Youngs, Francis, Rokoduguni SAMOA: Leiataua, Jay Lay, Sasagi, Lemalu, Treviranus, Matavao, Lee-Lo, Taulagi
Replacements: Manu Leiataua, James Lay, Hisa Sasagi, Faatiga Lemalu, Ofisa Treviranus, Melani Matavao, Rey Lee-Lo, JJ Taulagi.
Replacements: M Matu'u, James Lay, H Sasagi, F Lemalu, O Treviranus, M Matavao, A Alatimu, A Leiua Venue: Murrayfield, Edinburgh Referee: Nic Berry (Australia) Weather forecast: Dry with some sun, 10mph wind, 6C France v New Zealand France: N Ducuing; T Thomas, G Doumayrou, M Bastareaud, Y Huget; A Belleau, A Dupont; J Poirot, G Guirado, R Slimani, S Vahaamahina, P Gabrillagues, J Cancoriet, K Gourdon, L Picamoles.
Pisi Fotuali'i, Afatia, Leiataua, Alo-Emile, Vui, Lemalu, Faasalele Taufale, Faosiliva.
Seaham-born operatic baritone Sir Thomas Allen has also performed over the years as has soprano Rachel Luxon, New Zealand's bass baritone opera singer Jonathan Lemalu, opera singer Sam McElroy and baritone James Cleverton.
With Jay Hunter Morris, Stephen Costello, Morgan Smith, Jonathan Lemalu, and Talise Trevigne.
Richard Bratby Jonathan Lemalu St John's Church, Hagley Hall ***athan Lemalu's musical career were ever to collapse, he could well have a future in audio books, such is the New Zealand bass-baritone's ability to tell stories.
Still, that aside, viewers are invited join Radio 3's Petroc Trelawny, former CBBC presenter Josie D'Arby, bass-baritone Jonathan Lemalu and leading vocal coach Mary King for a night at the opera.
Petroc Trelawny and Josie D'Arcy are joined by Jonathan Lemalu and Mary King for the opening heat of the international opera contest, which sees singers from all over the globe compete to impress the judges, including Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Marilyn Horne, Hakan Hagegard, Lorenzo Mariani, Dennis O'Neill and Alexander Polianichko.
Tonight's soloists for A Child of Our Time are soprano Kate Royal, mezzo-soprano Madeleine Shaw, tenor Paul Nilon and baritone Jonathan Lemalu.
I'm not sure I could hum you anything from German 'comic' opera The Barber of Baghdad, but I can tell you the wonderful Samoan bass-baritone Jonathan Lemalu was worth the visit to Buxton alone.