Felicity is a seasoned performer who trained at the La Muzik School of Performing Arts after having performed in numerous choirs from the age of 12 and being asked to perform overseas as part of the Paarl Wellington Choir.
Felicity has starred in many musicals locally and in 2005 she was asked to produce her own show in Spain, which was so successful that she was asked to stay on and produce six more show for various Spanish resorts.
Felicity as a Solo Artist
As a solo artist, Felicity has performed for top corporate companies such as Sanlam, Transnet (where she MC’d as well), Sun International, Tsogo Sun, Reckitt Benckiser, Deloitte & Touche, and AVON amongst others. She also performed for the Prince of Saudi Arabia and is a highly sought after corporate and theatre performer. Her vocal range lends itself to songs of all genres from Jazz, South African Classics and contemporary songs. Such is her vocal prowess that she was chosen to sing the New Zealand National Anthem for the Castle Tri-Nations game in Port Elizabeth, which was broadcast live.
Felicity performed at the Kuier Pienk Plesier event at Grand West in 2011 and 2012, where she received a standing ovation. She starred in the Tina Turner Tribute show that was performed at the Pavilion for five weeks over the festive season in 2011. Her shows are regularly booked in Cape Town, Johannesburg and in Worcester. Apart from her shows and performances, Felicity was also the Artistic Director for Door 6 Entertainment. In March 2013, Felicity starred in the Metropolitan Premier League Opening Ceremony 2013 and received numerous accolades for her performance.
Further Productions and Performances
In 2014, Felicity starred in Kaapse Musiek in Colour with Alistair Izobell as well as a Barnyard production called Rocking Hollywood. In 2015, she kick-started the year with Let’s Make Musiek at the Roxy Revue Bar at Grand West with Alistair Izobell, which also his production. Immediately thereafter, she performed in ShiZA iKapa – The Heat of Cape Town at the Rockwell Theatre in Greenpoint, which was directed and produced by Ramaine Barreiro-Lloyd of RBL Productions. Throughout 2015, she performed shows at the Rockwell Theatre.
In January 2016, she performed on the popular Musiek Roulette music game show on SABC2, hosted by well-known Afrikaans pop singer, Nadine. Felicity performed at the Garden Court Theatre in February as well as a number of local events in and around Cape Town and Winelands. In March, she had the opportunity to travel to New Delhi, India, as a member of a cast of six South African vocalists who performed at the World Culture Festival, hosted by The Art of Living Foundation. This event was attended by an estimated 3,5 million people from 11-13 March, where 33,000 artists from over 155 countries participated.
Felicity also performed at Fire Zone the V&A Waterfront Cape Town on New Year’s Eve with Ramaine and Lauren in a sizzling show at South Africa’s world renowned venue.
Felicity Kiran is available to perform at corporate or private function, events and festivals.
Take a look Felicity’s performances.
Felicity is part of the Woman2Woman cast, together with Lauren-Lee Bock and Anray Amansure.
Their video, which shows them performing Beyonce’s Irreplaceable, went viral and the trio made the Huffington Post and even have a page on Wikipaedia.
You can also see another interview and performance on Channel24 here.
The Woman2Woman shows raised 10000 Rands for Cansa in Cancer awareness month in October.
Image by Rachel Winter