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Eden Gabay

Eden Gabay

Accents

American, Canadian, British, Australian, South African

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ABOUT

With a love of the classics, and a particular knack for comedy, Eden Gabay is a man of many voices, dialects, and impressions. He attributes this to his diverse background—with an English father, an Australian mother, Spanish, Ladino, Scottish and Irish grandparents, while living and training in the USA—he grew up listening to and speaking in multiple dialects.

Combined with a nearly five octave singing range, the ability to sing multiphonics and polyphonic overtones, and acclaim for his live and recorded vocal/performance poetry pieces, such as the "The Flowers of Waiting" (Sydney), “Four Seasons: Love Laid to Rest in 154 Sonnets” (New York), and “The Milquetoast Trio” (Amsterdam), Eden's versatility, diligence and dedication to the art of voice is unparalleled.

Always records in a world class studio. Mics: Neumann TLM103, Rode NT1-A. Available for duets on request.

Audiobooks released include Angelique and Other Stories by Alicia Cameron (Regency Romance), New Haven by Adam Kirstein (Dystopian Fiction), and Fascinating Facts for Inquisitive Minds (Children's Non-Fiction).

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*Awards & Accomplishments*

37 awards for poetry recitation and writing, including the highest ever score for poetry recital (the Australian classic, Tanglefoot Harry), and long form dramatic performance in the McDonald's Eisteddfodd in Sydney.
Topped the state's literary competition for self authored performance poetry piece, 'Les Nappes D'attente'

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