Andromeda Turre was raised in a family of Jazz musicians and draws from the genre as both a vocalist and composer. As part of the Jazz community, she was privileged to benefit from the tutelage of icons such as Dizzy Gillespie, Max Roach and Wynton Marsalis. She is also inspired by contemporary artists like Sting, Shirley Bassey, Seal, Annie Lennox, Jessie Ware, Laura Mvula and Sade. From this wealth of knowledge and the gift of these advantages, she feels it is her obligation to share that rich heritage with others through her talent as a performer but also as an educator of Jazz history.
Andromeda studied Theater at The Boston Conservatory and Vocal Performance at the esteemed Berklee College of Music. She was the last Raelette to sing background vocals for Ray Charles before starring in Woody Allen’s Murder Mystery Blues off-Broadway. Her talents took her to Japan where she reigned as “Queen of the Blues” at Tokyo Disney for nearly two years. While there, she produced her first album Introducing Andromeda Turre, which parlayed into several years of touring in over 17 countries across Asia and Europe.