2014 Northern Health Research Dinner

 

You are invited to join Northern Health at the 2014 Northern Health Research Dinner for an intimate evening of style, sophistication and entertainment.

 

Please join our academic partners, Board members and senior clinicians at this prestigious event to celebrate the growth of research at Northern Health.

 

Held at the National GalleryVictoria, you will be entertained by the musical stylings of James Morrison, one of Australia’s most renowned jazz musicians, and Michael Milton, Australian Paralympian and world record holder who will provide the keynote address.

 

Michael Milton

Skier, cyclist, trekker, triathlete, world and Australian record holder, Paralympian, Olympian…. 

Michael Milton is one of Australia’s best-known athletes. His four-gold-medal haul at the Salt Lake Winter Paralympic Games endeared him to a sport-loving nation and earned him the title of Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability.

 

 

James Morrison

At the age of seven, he was given his first instrument, at nine he formed his first band and at thirteen he was playing professionally in nightclubs. His international career developed just as quickly. At only age 16 James debuted in the USA with a breathtaking concert at the Monterey Jazz Festival.

Now 51, James Morrison’s career thus far has been diverse and perhaps not typical of most jazz musicians. He recorded Jazz Meets the Symphony with The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lalo Schifrin, performed concerts at the Royal Albert hall with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden for Princess Anne. Royal command performances on two occasions for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and for US Presidents Bush & Clinton at Parliament House in Australia. In 1997, James was recognized for his service to the arts in Australia and awarded a medal of The Order of Australia.

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