Kelsey Giarola

Kelsey Giarola
Kelsey Giarola

A socialite by nature, who is always up for a good story… or good food. Kelsey has been singing since the age of three. Although not a morning person, she makes time every morning to chill out to some music, or play the piano. Whenever possible, she enjoys volunteering her skills to causes close to her heart; like Anzac Day Memorials or Cancer Research fundraisers. Her outstanding voice has taken her to sing for the Pope and to perform across the globe for the New York Voices in Ohio. Other traits she is known for are both her sparkling personality and loud laugh.

Her latest career highlights

♪ Performing her first original single on SBS National Television for the Ethnic Business Awards in November 2014.

♪ With Queensland Youth Orchestra to a sold-out Concert Hall at QPAC with over 1,800 seats, venue sold out.

♪ Singing backing vocals for the Australian icon Ian Moss at Suncorp Stadium’s Rugby League Four Nations event (2014).


♪ Singing at the following festivals: Jumpers and Jazz in Warwick Festival, Broadbeach Jazz Festival, Brisbane International Jazz Festival.

Her unique and powerful voice, mixed with her own dedication have been the perfect fuel to her success. One of her first achievements is to have been accepted into the Queensland Conservatorium of Music; from which she graduated with Honours in 2012. Also, she was top finalist in Generations Jazz Vocal Scholarship Competition, and performed alongside James Morrison in his tour through Western Queensland. She was also awarded a full scholarship to attend the New York Voices Summer Camp held in Ohio, USA on 2013. Kelsey has travelled and performed as both a lead and backing vocalist within Queensland, and all across Australia, to a vast number of different audiences. Through her career, she has explored jazz, pop, folk, music theatre, soul and R&B vocal styles; and delivers standout performances every time. With a captivating voice beyond her years, her voice will take you on a journey of love, loss and longing.