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					SARAH TULLAMORE (Singer, Actress, Tap Dancer)

Soprano - Actual range : Bottom Db – Top Top G

Sarah Tullamore began her vocal career singing with the Coloma Girls’ School Choir, one of the largest school choirs in southern England . Choral activities included regular sell-out concerts at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon, international singing tours and for a selected group of girls of which Sarah was a part, after-dinner concerts in and around London, choir competitions and from the age of 11 to 18 regular recordings of the children’s programmes Singing Together and Time and Tune for BBC Radio. Sarah studied singing and flute at Coloma, obtaining Grade 8 with distinction in both disciplines at the age of 17. After graduating in linguistic science, Sarah lived in Tokyo gaining valuable vocal experience in live and studio singing and in voice-over work before moving to Paris in 1995. From 1995 to 1998 she sang with « The Jazzberries », a female jazz vocal trio performing at major jazz clubs and festivals in Paris and the rest of France : Nice Jazz Festival, The Thriller Film Festival in Cognac, Le Petit Journal, Le Bilbouquet, Radio France, The Méridien Etoile with Claude Bolling, France’s foremost jazz and Big Band musician. As a solo singer, Sarah has sung international standards, pop and jazz at many of France’s most prestigious venues : Planet Hollywood, Les Bateaux Parisiens, La Maison Blanche, Casino de Lyon, Man Ray, Château Maisons Lafitte, Hotel Carlton Cannes, … Sarah also has much experience in musical theatre. In 1999 she sung the title rôle in the musical « Pocahontas » at Disneyland, Paris ; performed in « Silence Action ! » in Belgium in 2000 and played The Queen of the Night in a musical theatre version of The Magic Flute in Paris in 2002. From 2001 – 2003 she was in a national tour of « Le Bal des Animaux », a musical for children produced by the Jeunesses Musicales de France. In 2003, she participated in the original cast recording of « Blanche Neige » (Snow White) staged at the Folies Bergères and in the winter of 2003-04 performed in the musical « Parce que…je vous aime » at the well-known Parisian cabaret, La Nouvelle Eve where she was also vocal coach and assistant to the musical director, Raphaël Sanchez (Chicago, Cirque de Soleil). In 2005 Sarah recorded in English and French the singing and spoken voice of Alice for the Disney show, « Le pays des merveilles », and toured Japan for five weeks in a musical theatre extravaganza with The Broadway Musical Company which she repeated in 2007. Her most recent creative work concerns a one-woman musical, « Estelle Bright » that she has written for herself. After two showcases in Paris in 2004, Sarah performed the show at the Avignon Theatre Festival in July 2005 at the LUNA Theatre. Following rave reviews, Estelle Bright ran in Paris fromJanuary to June 2006 at Espace La Comédia, from Nov 06 to Jan 07 at the Essaïon theatre and July 2007 at Le Funambule Theatre in Montmartre. Estelle Bright was nominated in the category « Best musical » at the « Musicals » festival in Béziers in 2007. Sarah has just participated in the « Musicals » festival 2007 in Paris performing in 1939-WAR-1945 at the XXème Théâtre. In addition to performing, Sarah is active in the field of vocal coaching and arranging for choral singing. Both on TV (Disney Channel) and in various Performing Arts centres in Paris. She is the vocal coach and arranger of a new French musical : « Dracula, le drame musical », presentations of which were held in December 2004 at the Mogador Theatre, Paris and at the festival « Les Musicals » in Jan 2006 in Béziers. Sarah continues her voiceover work in Paris and since 2002 has appeared regularly on FM radio : Fun Radio, Skyrock and NRJ. She was the official female continuity announcer of the TV channel Eurosport from 2005 - 2007. Sarah also performs in London : « Echos » at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of an improvisation workshop specialising in the Meisner Technique at The Actors’ Centre and « Weave », a play by Lauren Alexander Lasseur and Anne Hogan at London Metropolitan University during its « Performance as Research » weekend in 2005. Her next London project is an English version of Estelle Bright ! Sarah features in the film « Les Femmes de l’Ombre » directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and starring Sophie Marceau. Release : Jan 2008. CONTACTS : (00 33)6 63 01 55 85 sarah.tullamore@noos.fr http://sarah.tullamore.free.fr