Music by Kyra-Serene

For Kyra-Serene “music is love” and a never ending process of  discovering new ways to let her voice emerge.  Whether Jazz, eclectic alternative, or quirky pop tunes her passion shines.  Born in Mississauga, Ontario and raised by a single mom in Quebec Canada Kyra is an only child. For her music and singing was not just a way to pass the time, it kept her company and dispelled the silence of being alone. 

 Kyra started her musical journey in elementary school singing in school musicals, musical theatre camp, and taking piano lessons.  For several years Kyra has played saxophone, flute and piano and has has played lead roles in several musical theatre productions including Bye-bye Birdie, Cinderella and  “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”.  This year her voice will resound in a local production of “Little Shop of Horrors”. Kyra is also focusing on her soul-joy, singing with her guitar.  She’s developing her talent with vocal coach Elise Letourneau and saxophone talent with Ueli Doerig at Alcorn Music Studio’s.   Kyra is working hard to prepare for entry auditions early next year for University.

Listen to Kyra and follow her journey on YouTube 

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As a 2010 National Capital Cappie Nominee for Best Female Vocal here’s  what Ottawa Citizen Reviewers said about Kyra-Serene’s “pitch-perfect singing” performance:

“Kyra Crowley brought dramatic acting and spectacular vocals to the stage.” ~ Samantha Gancz

“Her warm vocals were steady and soothing…skill as an actress and a dazzling vocal talent.” ~ Alexandra Grinfeld

“…beautiful voice was heard from Kyra Crowley who intoxicated the audience with her sultry, smooth sound.”~ Chelsea Ernhofer

“Conveying her character’s sweet charm and clear confidence, Crowley was fresh and candid. Her gentle eyes sparkled memorably during her songs, which were passionate and beautifully sung.” ~by Maya Rakocevic

“Crowley, who had a very strong voice, was impressive and gave a genuine and sopisticated performance.” ~ Aline Lea

“Her jazzy, stylistically enhanced voice was strong and raw with emotion. ” ~ Jessie Thuswaldner

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