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Kelsey Onwuzuruigbo

Kelsey Onwuzuruigbo is an American lyric-coloratua soprano that has a distinctive ability to personify the music in which she sings. Her introduction to the arts began in her church’s children’s choir. Throughout her school years, Kelsey played the French horn and keyboard before she finally focused on her voice. Her senior year in high school, she placed 2nd in the nation in the category of Vocal Classical Music at the NAACP ACTSO competition. Kelsey’s theatre experience includes ensemble work in “Ragtime,” the role of Lorrell Robinson in “Dreamgirls,” with Salama productions in Nashville, TN, the leading role of Adina in the opera L’elisir d’amore at the Opera Festival Di Roma in Rome, Italy and the role of “Nettie” in the Circle Players production of “The Color Purple.” This role earned her the First Night Robe honor by Nashville’s Broadway World and “Best Featured Actress” awarded by Circle Player Productions. She then went on to debut as Deena Jones in another production of “Dreamgirls” then shortly after appeared as Billie Holiday in Murfreesboro Performing Arts Center production of “Lady Day” where she became known in her profession as “Alexa Poitier”. Vocally, Kelsey can be heard on a nationally aired commercial as a voiceover and on the albums of recording artists such as: Kid Rock, Mandisa, Perry Danos, Jonny Lang and John Carter Cash.
As a former member of the world renowned Fisk Jubilee Singers, Kelsey has traveled throu

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  • Kelsey Onwuzuruigbo performs "Calvary"

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