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Christine Mansour


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Born with an innate love of music and a passion for performing, Christine Mansour seemed destined for the stage from a tender age. Hailing from Johannesburg, South Africa, this skilled songstress evolved from landing leads in school plays and winning local singing competitions to becoming a highly acclaimed solo vocalist and cabaret artist -both within South Africa and beyond its borders.

While she draws inspiration from timeless musical styles like swing, jazz, and cabaret, Christine masters a range of other genres. She is also able to perform in multiple languages, including English, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Turkish, Arabic, Neapolitan, German, and Moroccan. Her skill in navigating a variety of musical landscapes, combined with her linguistic aptitude, allows Christine to connect with a wide range of audiences and showcases her versatility as an artist. This prolific performer has added a touch of musical magic to numerous corporate and private events over the years. Some of her previous corporate clients include Nedbank, MTN, Spar, Pick n' Pay, Broll Property Group, Mercedes, Bidvest, Sage Payroll, Sun International, Cashbuild, Caxton Media, Media 24, The Banking Association South Africa, Instinctif Partners, Bantex, Movicol Pharmaceuticals, Mylan Pharmaceuticals, and the Food Lovers Market Group. Christine is also no stranger to the theatre stage and has featured in some very successful productions. These include the hugely popular Harry Sideropoulos Production “Songs from The Mediterranean”, which ran at the Johannesburg Civic Theatre in 2006, and ABBA and Tina Turner solo tribute shows in 2019. And over the course of her career she has had the privilege of collaborating with acclaimed choreographers

like Carlo Spettu and Harold Van Buuren, which has elevated the aesthetic and entertainment value of her performances. Having released three albums, between 2004 and 2010, this multi-faceted entertainer is also a seasoned recording artist whose single “It Finally Happened to Me” received extensive airplay in her home country in the early noughties. The song went on to feature on Radio 94.7's compilation album, Homebru, selling an impressive 23000 copies. Her follow-up album, produced and written in collaboration with best-selling South African artist and producer, Kreesan, was also well received upon its release in 2016.

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