Colette Todd - Singer

Performance Biography

Following her graduation with a BA Honours Music degree from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Colette Todd began her professional career by joining the world arena tour of Riverdancolette todd, singerce as a part of the Riverdance Singers becoming the featured soloist singer within a year.

Colette is a star. Having the pleasure to tour with her was fantastic. Such professionalism in all aspects, on and off the stage. Colette is a great asset to any production, if I only still had her back here in Australia!” Anthony Street, creative Director of Celtic Illusion.

She spent 2 years touring internationally across Europe, the Far East and took part in the 5 year ˜homecoming" to Dublin's Point Theatre. She was then asked by Irish dance show rival, Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance, to become their only singer.

Colette spent 4 years with the show, again touring internationally to North America, Mexico, Australia, Europe, South Africa and finally the UK. During breaks between these tours Colette played the lead role of Gerda in the Nordic Theatre Company's The Snow Queen in London and also participated in a south UK tour of SG Production's show Let's Go To The Movies. coletyte todd, singer

La presence apaisante de Colette Todd, magnifique chanteuse a la voix crystalline. [The pleasing presence of Colette Todd, a magnificent singer with a pure voice]

Review of Lord of the Dance in La Presse, Montreal, Canada

In May 2005 Colette decided to put down some roots in Worcestershire, UK and left the touring lifestyle behind. Since this time she has been busy performing locally with a wide variety of musicians. Two folk bands, Celtic Rogues and Kings And Folk, have asked her to feature in their public engagements. With Kings and Folk she has performed at many concerts and also participated in 4 British folk festivals as well as appearing on their 2 albums, From Root To Sky, and the latest one “ yet to be named! colette singing

Colette has been invited by Shrewsbury Choral Society, Worcester Male Voice Choir, and the Westbury Singers to sing the soprano solos in various large scale works. And has also appeared as a featured soloist in many other concerts, for example an evening celebrating St Cecili's Day, a showcase of local talent in Worcester, a Proms concert, and a concert arranged by The Rotary Club, Bristol.