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Special Added Bonus for Concert Goers

Talented Australian Singer to Join Local Voices Singing to Aid Bombing Victims at December 3rd Concert.


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(11/24/2005)

As reported on balidiscovery.com, [With a Song in Our Hearts - A Night at the Opera] – a very special evening of classical and Neapolitan song will be presented in Bali on Saturday, December 3, 2005 in aid of the victims of the October 1, 2005 bombing.

Bali For Peace – Classical Concert

The three highly acclaimed Indonesia singers and accompanist - Johnson Hutagalung – Tenor; Diani Rinarti Sitompul – Soprano; Margarisje Lucij Elisabeth Makikui – Soprano; and Christina Sidjabat – Pianist – will also be joined on stage with a special guest appearance by the critically acclaimed Australian vocalist Kristin Keam.

Kristin Keam

Ms. Keam's career has taken her from Melbourne to London and back. A talented singer with a wide-ranging repertoire, she has appeared on London's West End at the London Palladium and Barbican; shared the stage with the likes of Chita Rivera and Carol Channing; performed with Andrew Lloyd-Webbers Really Useful Group; and starred in a one-woman show at London's Jermyn Street Theatre in Where do You Start?

While away from her native Australia, Ms. Keam was also "discovered" by the Scottish Theatre Company - Perth Repertory Theatre, becoming their first Australian to play Pitti Sing in The Mikado.

Beginning her career in Melbourne where she graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts, Mr. Keam established an early stage reputation for musical comedy and became a popular regular on a number of leading TV series including Hey! Hey! It's Saturday, The Comedy Company, and The Midday Show. She sang for Graham Murphy's haunting ballet Nearly Beloved with the Sydney Dance Company and also worked with the Victorian State Opera in the children's classic Sid the Serpent.

Now back home in her native Australia, she has just completed a highly-acclaimed 4 month Australia-wide tour of Terence O’Connell's evocative play, Minefields and Miniskirts, playing the Nurse, a role originally created for Debbie Byrne.

As a singing coach, Ms. Keam clients have included well known actors, singers and dancers from London's West End to the National Theatre to young training professionals. She was vocal consultant on La Cava at the Piccadilly Theatre. She is the principal external voice coach for both the Victorian College of the Arts' (VCA) new music theatre foundation course and the music theatre degree at Ballarat University.

Ms. Keam's special guest appearance at the Bali for Peace Concert is made possible through the generous support of Air Paradise International, Mercure Resort Sanur, and Bali Discovery Tours.

Tickets for this very special evening cost only Rp. 200,000 per person (approximately US$ 19.80).

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