Kristi Roosmaa is an actress-singer of Estonian origin and is the first Estonian musical theatre singer to perform as a soloist at the world renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Kristi's first performance, at the age of 4, paved the way for her career in the arts.
Her first leading lady debut, at the age of 16, was in the musical "Wild Swan" performed at the Estonian National Opera House.
At 17, she became the voice coach for the Elise Girls Choir and lead singer for the P.P. Dixieland band.
After receiving her law degree from Tartu University Institute of Law in Estonia, she packed her things and headed to New York City to pursue her dream.
She graduated from the prestigious American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the Broadway Dance Center International Dance program.
Her favorite credits: Off-Broadway shows "Silk Stockings" & "Roberta," guest entertainer on Celebrity Cruise Line, Hope in "Anything Goes," Maria in "The Sound of Music" and witch Louhi in "New York Revels."