In the conclusion of the Song for a Lost Kingdom trilogy, Adeena Stuart and Katharine Carnegie struggle to complete the music that connects them, though they have been transposed between the 18th and 21st centuries.
The audiobook production includes two original songs, recorded in a studio in Ottawa.
A group of talented voice actors and musicians have completed their work now and the final editing and mastering is being completed for a February 2021 release.
Tom McLean is a Scottish Voice Artist, Actor and Theatre Director. He was trained in Musical Theatre at London’s Royal Academy of Music, and has since specialised in character-based narration having transitioned to audio-based performance in 2017.
Bethany Mason lives in Dillon, Montana and works as an actress, voice artist, director, costume designer and theatre instructor. She has worked in theatre and film for over 30 years. She received a BFA in acting from the University of Montana and is currently working on an MFA in theatre pedagogy.
Erica Vogt is a voice actor from Pennsylvania. She found her gift for voice over after years of working as a Kindergarten teacher, creating educational online games and videos, and voice work for radio. She is fluent in Spanish, and loves to portray accents, including Irish, British French, Indian, Middle Eastern and many more.
Louisa-Jane McLean is a Scottish Voice Artist and Drama Teacher. She is a part owner of The Gifted Kind, a social enterprise bringing Mindfulness to UK schools, and is currently working towards her certification in Secondary Drama tuition.
Ania Hejnar is a soprano, crossover singer and actress in Ottawa. She performs a wide variety of classical and crossover music and often performs the Canadian and American National anthems for Ottawa Senators and Ottawa Redblacks home games. She is also a music teacher and composer.
Paul van Geldrop is an instrumental composer and bilingual voice actor from the Netherlands. He is currently studying for a Master of Fine Arts degree in Orchestration and Music Composition.
Paul van Geldrop
Marc Moretti is a musician in Ottawa. He plays bass, guitar, drums and piano and composes a wide variety of music including jazz, blues, reggae, electronic and folk.