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Fellow of Grey College, University of Durham
Iain Kerr (b. 1934 in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a British pianist, organist, conductor, composer, writer, comedian, recording artist, radio and television personality. From his first paid radio broadcast in New Zealand as a pianist at the age of four, he has been creating material and performing internationally on stage, in cabaret, on radio and television ever since.
As one half of the celebrated "Goldberg and Solomon" British double act that toured internationally between 1968 and 1978 in "Gilbert and Sullivan Go Kosher", he also co-wrote, directed and starred in the two man show "Slightly Jewish and Madly Gay" for seasons in South Africa and Australia.
In addition to producing and directing "New Faces To West End Cabaret", he has written for cabaret, stage, television, radio and international recording artists.