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Krisha Kaye

Krisha is a professional singer and musician who always knew she wanted to perform from a young age. Following in the footsteps of her Grandfather and Uncle, she learnt many instruments during her school years including: piano, saxophone, clarinet, violin and viola; all to a grade 6 standard level. She completed her GCSEs and A Levels focussing on the subjects of Music, Dance and Drama, achieving outstanding grades.
After this, Krisha auditioned for many conservatoire colleges and chose to attend Performers College in Essex. Here, she trained for three years in Musical Theatre and achieved a Level 6 Diploma. After Performers College, Krisha was offered a job as a Lead Vocalist at Warner Leisure Hotels. At the hotel she performed in production shows and created her own cabaret shows. In this time, Krisha also completed her BA(Hons) in Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting.
Following Warner Leisure Hotels, Krisha applied to work on cruise ships and accepted a job as a Lead Vocalist in a 4-piece band on Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, where she was also challenged to play her piano and saxophone again. She worked in this band for nearly two years and this is where she met her partner, with whom she now performs. As a duo, they have travelled the world on many cruise lines including P&O Cruises and Seabourn for the last year.
Krisha has a passion for harmonies, which has always served her well when singing in choirs. Although Krisha loves performing, and will continue to do so, she believes her destiny is to teach and encourage others to sing. Rock Choir gives Krisha the opportunity to spread her choral skills, joy and happiness through music. She will endeavour to make sure that every choir member will leave each session with a smile on their face.

Choir Leader for:

  • Abingdon
  • Didcot
  • Oxford
  • Wantage
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