Female vocalist Gilda is one of the most talented vocalists in the UK. With her 3 octave vocal range she delivers a stunning night of live music.
With a varied repertoire covering music from the 60s up to current chart hits and performing with quality produced backing tracks, Gilda is suitable whatever the occasion and will have you singing and dancing the night away.
Vocally trained by Lansford Roberts of the Nice Opera co. France, Gilda has performed on stage since she was five years old and has worked continuously with many credits to her name including theatre productions of Annie UK tour, Guys and Dolls and most recently London’s West End show The RatPack live from Las Vegas.
Female vocalist Gilda also produces and directs many shows including her own production, “Musicality”, and as well as being seen in the UK, this fantastic production has been performed internationally and broadcast live on KBS TV. In 1997 Gilda took over as lead production singer at the Talk of London, New London Theatre, London, where she also worked as guest cabaret for a number of years.
Along side her stage work Gilda has performed all over the world as lead production singer and cabaret for RCCL, Celebrity Cruises, P&O Cruises, Silia and Island Cruises. In 2002 toured Stadiums in Germany as part of the pop group The Archies. In 2005 performed as Agnetha, Abba, in The Legends show at The Imperial Palace and The Celebrity Club in Las Vegas and later in 2005 toured Dubai and The Emirates.
In March 2008 and 2009 toured Concert Stadiums in Asia and was broadcast live to an audience of 5 million. Recently Gilda has been concentrating on working here in the UK performing at private functions in venues such as The Ivy Club, The Dorchester Hotel etc and various events and parties.
In 2017 Gilda returned from touring arenas in South Korea. These stunning shows were broadcasted live to 20 million people on NYE 2017.
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