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Wednesday January 25 2017 BAY HARBOUR PAGE 11 News Yulia to sing live at Ferrymead • By Bridget Rutherford WHEN YULIA’S mother passed away last year, the musician never thought she would sing again. She said it broke her into a million pieces. But now, the multi-platinum, best-selling artist is about to record her new album in front of a live audience in Ferrymead. It will be her first major work in New Zealand for 10 years because she took a break to have her two children. The album will be recorded in front of a live audience in two sessions at Ferrymead’s Orange Studios on February 3 and 4. A hundred tickets will be available for the two sessions. “The exclusivity of this event is comparable to an experience of Bluff oysters – available to a select few, first in, first served,” she said. The new album, which follows Into the West and Montage, will feature five of Yulia’s original songs. as well as covers of Lionel Richie and Leonard Cohen. She will be joined by guitarist Hanafi Machirus, Michael Russell on the trumpet, and Michael Story on the bass. Peter Rattray, who recorded NEW: Yulia will record her new album in front of a live studio next week, which will be her first major work in a decade. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN Yulia’s first self-produced album while she was at school, will master this one. She said it would be different to her previous music, but thought her fans would like it. “They are going to come out and think years down the track, I may not remember what she sang, or what she said, but I will always remember how she made me feel.” Yulia said the concerts would be in part dedicated to her mother, Galina, who died of cancer in July. “I feel it everyday.” The five songs in the new album were among about 12 she wrote in November 2015. She said it took about two weeks to write all of them, which were triggered when she returned to Christchurch and reunited with family. Yulia was born in Russia and emigrated to Christchurch with her mother in 2002. At 18-years-old she landed a deal with Sony before becoming the first female vocalist in the country to have two back-toback No 1hit albums. Tickets can be bought at Cosmic Ticketing and at www. Governors Bay volunteer fire station burgled THE GOVERNORS Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade arrived to train on Thursday evening only to find their station had been broken into. The station, on Ernest Adams Dr, had a substantial amount of alcohol taken and cash from the till was missing. A message posted on its Facebook page said: “It’s very upsetting to think that people would do this to a voluntary organisation.” “Please keep your eyes peeled and make sure that you check your own home security.” “You could check your smoke alarms whilst your at it.” If anyone has any information, phone 363 7400 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.