Parul Sharma
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Parul Sharma

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""She's got that spark...""

"She's got that spark...her body language, her facial expressions. She just seemed to be enjoying herself and I think that's what an entertainer needs to give an audience."
- Gary Morton, National Capital Region Kiwanis Music Festival Managing Director - Quote

"Lisa Harding, The Ottawa Citizen, 2002"

"Parul Sharma not only made a bit of history at this year's Kiwanis Music Festival, she did it with a splash. For the first time in its 57-year history, the festival introduced pop music categories to its lineup and Sharma, a 17-year old Colonel By High School student, swept all the pop vocal awards." - The Ottawa Citizen, 2002


Still working on that hot first release.



Parul has co-written and recorded with renowned producers such as 2002 JUNO award winning Songwriter of the Year Russell Broom (Jann Arden, Josh Groban, Sam Roberts), Universal Music's Luke McMaster (Rihanna, Nick Lachey), Sony/ATV's James Bryan (Philosopher Kings, Prozzak, Divine Brown), Justin Gray of Big Boom Entertainment (Joss Stone, Snow, Emma Bunton), Richard Bailey (LFO, Natural), and Sony/ATV's David Thomson (Wave, Brian Melo).

Venues she has sung at include:
• Air Canada Centre (Toronto)
• Scotiabank Place (Ottawa)
• Civic Centre (Ottawa)
• Congress Centre (Ottawa)
• Landsdowne Park stadium (Ottawa)
• City Hall (Ottawa)

Parul was crowned Miss India-Canada 2004 where she performed her original song "You're the Best of Me" (co-written with Justin Gray) for the talent segment. She has won first place prizes in several prestigious music events, including "Most Outstanding Student of the Festival" for a vocal solo at the Quebec-Ontario Youth Music Festival in Montreal. She has also performed at events hosted by leading Indo-Canadian national associations - the India Canada Association and the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.

Parul has been featured in several media including Asian Television Network, OMNI Television, The Toronto Star, The Ottawa Citizen, several community newspapers in Canada, leading national daily newspapers in India, MSN India and a wide range of South Asian print and online publications around the world.

She has sung the Canadian and American national anthems at large arena sporting events including for the Toronto Raptors NBA team, the Ottawa 67s hockey team and the Ottawa GGs football team. She has also enjoyed performing at charity fundraiser events for the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), the University of Ottawa Heart Institute, and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

Parul is presently in the process of recording her first album!