Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier

July 9, 2020, 8:00 pm

Blue Mountains Theatre

Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier

Join us for an extraordinary and intimate performance when acclaimed singer/songwriters Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier grace the Blue Mountains Theatre stage for a very special evening of music.

A musician for 40 years, Deborah Conway has played countless live shows from stadiums to lounge rooms; she has recorded an impressive catalogue of songs, some of which have raised eyebrows, some of which have been played on radio; and she has produced records, shows, tours and festivals.

Conway met Willy Zygier in 1991 and together they have released 10 albums.

Conway & Zygier together produced four iterations of the national concert series Broad, the all-female singer/songwriter review 2005–2008; Conway took on the role of Artistic Director for the Queensland Music Festival 2009 – 2011 and in 2014 they established The Melbourne Shir Madness Jewish Music Festival as the Festival Director and Artistic Director presiding over 2 very successful iterations in 2015 and 2017.

There have been many gongs along the way – Conway with her band Do-Re-Mi won 1985’s Countdown Award for Best Debut Single; in 1991 Conway collected an Aria Award for Best Female Performer for her debut album String Of Pearls; in 2016 Conway and Zygier’s 1993 anthem ‘Alive and Brilliant’ was inducted into the National Film and Sound Archive; also in 2016 Conway was named a Living Legend both by the Leaps & Bounds Festival and Rolling Stone Magazine; in 2017 Conway and Zygier’s show The Beginning And The End was nominated for a Helpmann Award; in November 2019 Conway was made a National Living Legend by the National Live Music Awards. In 2020 Conway was made a Member (AM) of the Order Of Australia (General Division) for significant service to the performing arts as a singer, songwriter and producer.



Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier
Thursday 9 July, 8pm
Tickets: $38 | $35 Concession

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