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Singer Ann Hampton Callaway values intimacy


BY STEVE ROTHAUS, srothaus@MiamiHerald.com

Tony-nominated singer-composer Ann Hampton Callaway has traveled the world, performing in halls great and small.

``No matter how big a venue I'm singing at, the most important thing to create is intimacy -- emotional intimacy,'' Callaway says. ``If I'm singing from my heart on the stage, I don't care if you're in Row Z, I want you to think I'm singing to you.''

Callaway will have little problem projecting to the back row Thursday night -- she's accompanying herself on the piano at a sold-out concert in the 450-seat sanctuary at Coral Gables Congregational Church.

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