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Kathleen Proctor-MooreKathleen Procter-Moore (Mezzo Soprano)
Patron - Clan Leslie Society Aust & NZ

Kathleen started her singing career in Perth, Scotland where she won many competitions including the Premiership award at the prestigious Edinburgh Festival. She performed throughout Scotland and broadcast regularly on Scottish radio. She studied at the Royal Academy of Music.

After Leaving Scotland and settling in Australia, Kathleen won one of two scholarships with the Western Australian Opera Company and went on to become a Major Principal with the Company performing many roles.

Kathleen also performed and broadcast with the W.A. Symphony Orchestra in Concert and Oratorios. She was chosen as a finalist in the ABC Young performers Awards and the New York Metropolitan Opera competition.

It was during this time that she was spotted by the Australian Opera Company and was asked to join the Opera Studio for young principals. Whilst in the studio she was asked to perform the role of Malika in Lakme and as a result became a major principal where she went on to perform over 30 roles. Kathleen also performed with Companies such as The Gilbert & Sullivan Society, University of NSW Opera, The Savoy Arts Company, Rockdale Musical Society, and Chatswood Musical Society.

After deciding to call it a day with large scale productions (I think I needed to find myself again, to rediscover who I am as a person) I coached for a bit then started to dabble in a variety of types of music Including:-

Barbershop (Sweet Adelines). I was a member of an award winning quartet called 'Touche' and assistance director and section leader of Circular Keys Chorus, SydneyTown Chorus both in Sydney) and Harmony In Paradise Chorus (Gold Coast, Queensland)
She also branched out into alternative styles including Celtic, Music Theatre, Contemporary pop and Jazz.

Her repertoire includes full programs of Opera, Celtic, Musicals, Broadway and contemporary pop performing to sell out audiences on the Gold Coast and Tweed Heads.

In 2007, 2009 and 2010 Kathleen was invited to perform in the USA in Seattle, Spokane (Washington) Astoria and Portland (Oregon) Salt Lake City, Sacramento, Denver (Colorado), and Chicago. Whilst in the States, she was honoured to do a video and cable interview with Lee Travathan and a radio interview and performance with Eugene and James of International Artists Debut Radio.

Kathleen was appointed The Australian Ambassador for the Goodwill Peace Treaty. and Is the Australian Ambassador of WICO (Women's International Coalition for the Culture of Peace, Non-violence and empowered women)

In 2011, Kathleen was appointed the Patron of Clan Leslie (Australia & New Zealand)

Kathleen's CD's are being sold internationally and her songs have been in the Australian Indie Radio Charts constantly for the past 5 years. Recently her new album 'To You With Love ' entered the Americal Roots Radio Folk Charts at no 17 and Kathleen has 13 songs in the top 30 radio charts (USA) (Including nos 1-3).

Her Profile is now on


Whilst all these different times of my life brought me great happiness and personal satisfaction, it is the great lessons it taught me; the realisation of how precious life is and how important are the people we surround ourselves with on a daily basis.
It also taught me how important music is and how it can define our lives and our moods.
It can delineate the expressions of our very souls and project that image through its delivery; such is how great music is made

I have experienced many things in my life and my albums are but a snapshot into the world I have seen and the world we can all be a part of if only we would open our hearts and let it in.

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