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New York City native Andromeda Turre studied Theater at The Boston Conservatory and Vocal Jazz at Berklee College of Music. After college, Andromeda got her first professional job singing background vocals for Ray Charles.

Her voice has been used in recordings for Disney, Nickelodeon, OWN network, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Viacom, NBC and many more. As a songwriter, her music has been featured by Abercrombie & Fitch, Bebe, H&M, MTV, VH1, and several other major corporations and video games.

Andromeda lives and works in New York where she has done background vocals for Saturday Night Live for the last 5 years and has been featured in several off Broadway shows including Sleep No More and Woody Allen’s Murder Mystery Blues. Her voice has taken her on tour throughout over 17 countries and she has released 5 solo albums to date.


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”Dangerously attractive... soulful voice” —New York Times

“Brilliant musician... awesome performance.” —Online Seats

“Talented... glamorous... gorgeous” —British Theater Guide

“Marilyn Monroe with Whitney Houston's voice” —Chelyabinsk Press, Russia

“Andromeda Turre is a triple threat”—Singapore Business Times

“Seductive voice and alluring stage presence”—Bangkok Post

“Freshness, talent and sensuality.”—Sant'Agata Militello, Italy

“International diva extraordinaire”—H.L. Ray, Head of Entertainment at GILT

“Andromeda Turre: A Divine Nightingale..

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Album Live EP by Andromeda Turre

Live EP

Self Produced
2017

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