Andrea Ross is an American singer and award-winning actress. At a young age, she was discovered by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who has championed her career for the past decade. Lloyd Webber produced her solo record, Moon River, under the Universal Classics and Jazz label. The album debuted at No. 42 on the UK Album Charts.
In promoting her album, Ms. Ross made appearances on the BBC network and performed in legendary venues such as the Hampton Court Palace, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and the Royal Albert Hall. She was also featured in Princess Diana's memorial concert at Wembley Stadium, Concert for Diana.
Ms. Ross began her theatrical career in Boston, where she was awarded the prestigious Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Actress. She has since performed principal roles in US national tours and currently resides in New York City. Ms. Ross sings in Symphony Orchestra Concerts throughout the United States.
Andrea Ross is currently performing with the new national tour of The Sound of Music, directed by Jack O'Brien.