Alana Bridgewater Resume
Toronto's Alana Bridgewater is a Gemini nominated singer/songwriter who discovered her love of performing at a very early age. As a member of the Canadian Children's Opera Chorus she performed in Dr. Canon's Cure, The Golden Vanity and Pirates of Penzance. She also performed with the National Ballet in the chorus of The Dream before joining Robert Cooper in the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir and developing as a s oloist. After attending the University of Windsor and studying with Steven Henrikson and Richard Householder, Alana returned to Toronto and performed in Women's Blues Revue (1998). She has toured the east coast with jazz great Joe Sealy and his quartet as a member of the Nathaniel Dett Chorale. She has also performed extensively throughout the Mediterranean. Alana has performed for Quincy Jones and Peter Gabriel tributes in the World Leaders Festival. She was the voice for the 2008 Olympic Bid Song. List of recent credits:Killer Queen in We Will Rock You- Mirvish Productions Toronto; Motormouth Maybelle Hairspray Charlottetown Festival PEI; Smokey Joe's Café at StageWest Mississauga and Calgary; In A Jam - CBC Television; Women's Blues Revue- Toronto; CBC Gospel Christmas Special - CBC Television, National Arts Centre; Menopause Out Loud, Toronto. Alana's CD Horizon released this spring and can be purchased on ITunes.
Updated: February 2, 2013
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