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Andi Gallaher . . .

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Born into a musical family, Andi Gallaher has lived and breathed music and performance all her life.
Originally trained at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, studying Piano, Flute and majoring in Voice, she took her strong foundations and stepped out into the commercial world of show business, achieving great successes Nationally and Internationally.
A respected Musician, Singer, Actress, Songwriter, Studio Technician & Coach, Andi continues to entertain and impress her musical hand print on every project she undertakes.

Performing live with an 80 piece orchestra is Andi's most highlighted experience in show business thus far, also achieving a recording deal with John Farnham's manager Glen Wheatley from the Wheatley Organisation, for her original composition of "Good Friends", she has produced and recorded her own album employing live musicians, personally stylising covers and many of her originals and has recorded for Sony Music Australia with a full studio orchestra. Andi has been nominated for many of her original songs with the highly respected 'Australian Songwriters Association' and in 2009 was awarded winner with the Australian Songwriters Competition for her Original Ballad, 'The Story of You'.

Andi is an accomplished singer, pianist and guitarist as well as being an experienced professional touring music theatre performer, known for her performances as one of the original members of the famous 60's style girl group - "The Fabulous Singlettes", appearing in musicals such as "The Pirates of Penzance", "The Mikado" and "HMS Pinafore", to playing the leading role of 'Philia' in the Australia/New Zealand professional production of "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum" and starring as the leading lady in the QPAC production of "The Merry Widow".

Andi continues to perform shows and runs her private boutique studio in Currumbin, VOX studio - coaching Voice and Performance, producing annual VOX Showcases and engineering her Recording suite.
Drawing from the many talents accumulated, she inspires and coaches young and old singers and professional musicians alike, with her range and depth of instinctive interpretation, elaborating on the strengths and talents nurtured from years of walking the boards and absorbing the spotlight on stage.

A highly regarded private Vocal & Performance coach, Andi carries an abundance of exceptional talent, with this incredible performer offering an enormous versatility of music styles, range and atmospheres and one of our highly respected and exciting professional entertainers.

Career Experience -
Professional and Competitive Choirs, Lead Singer to Pop and Jazz Bands, Studio Session Singer, National and International Piano Vocalist,
Professional Actress, Touring Music Theatre, National and International Cabaret Performer, Song Writing, Music Production and Audio Engineering, Television, Voice and Stage Craft Coach.

National & International Performances -
Hobart and Launceston Casino’s Tasmania, Hyatt Regency Singapore, Major Club circuit Sydney, Star City Casino Sydney, Aotea Centre & St. James Theatre Auckland, Victorian Arts Centre Melbourne, Adelaide Festival Centre, Gold Coast Arts Centre, The State Theatre Sydney, Her Majestys Theatre Melbourne, His Majestys Theatre Perth, Twin Towns qld/nsw, Seagulls nsw, QPAC Lyric Theatre Brisbane, Conrad Jupiters Showroom Gold Coast and International Cruise Ships.

Andi has also performed alongside artists such as -
Jackie Love, Jon English, Wickety Wak, Gerry Connolly, The Deltones, Geraldine Turner, Amanda Muggleton, Max Bygraves, John Bowls, Peter Couples, Digger Revell and of course Simon Gallaher staging many successful concerts throughout Australia together and 'HRH' Her Majesty The Queen.

National television appearances have included -
The Midday Show with Ray Martin, The Young Achievers Awards, Goodmorning Australia Melbourne, Carols by Candlelight, Good Morning Australia Brisbane, Bert Newton Show and many more .

. . . "Sing Like No-One's Listening" . . .