Kelsey Rose Andridge is a New York City based musician, actor, and teacher. Most recently she performed the roles of Sarah Brown (Guys and Dolls) and The Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflote) both in New York City while also teaching as adjunct instructor of voice at New York University Steinhardt School of Music and privately.
A cross-genre musician, Kelsey performs in all realms of the musical craft- including both musical theatre and opera, singing regionally in many NYC productions, concerts/cabarets, and readings at places such as The Duplex, Skirball Center, and the historic Provincetown Playhouse, as well as internationally, performing operatic works with companies such as the Austria-Based Vienna Summer Music Festival, among others.
Kelsey currently holds a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from New York University Steinhardt School of Music. As well as a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the same institution. Since her love of music is varied, favorites ranging from Mozarts "Don Giovanni" to Pasek and Pauls "Dogfight", Kelsey enjoys immersing herself in all aspects of the art form. Because of this, she also minored in piano and even plays the French horn and guitar from time to time.
Kelsey teaches piano, voice, guitar, and song writing lessons in the NYC/ New Jersey area and remotely across the globe, and is always available to add new students to her studio!
Favorite things include: classic novels, the smell of freshly-made waffle cones, Michigan State Football, and dog shows.