Leandra Ramm has a versatility in music that is beautifully reflected in her career to date. Opera and classically trained, she’s recently been performing all over the Caribbean and Europe as a lead singer on the Celebrity Cruise Lines Solstice Class Ships. Before that, she played the lead role of Annie in Hell’s Kitchen The Musical at the Hudson Guild Theater in Manhattan. Another recent role was Leila in Iolanthe at the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival, performing at the Buxton Opera House in England.
She created the role of Silvestra in the professional premier of Mario and the Magician, at the Center for Contemporary Opera in New York and she’s featured on the CD of the work, under the Albany Records label.
Leandra has performed at La MaMa Experimental Theater Club in New York City in a highly successful production called Win Win Power Auction.
Other recent work includes Antonia in Man of La Mancha with the Diablo Theater Company, performing at the Lesher Center for the Arts in California, and as Estelle in The Full Monty with The Media Theater in Pennsylvania.
Leandra has made many television appearances around the globe, including CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, The View, Good Morning America, 60 Minutes, 60 Minutes Australia and the BBC as well as appearing on a host of international radio stations. She’s been interviewed by such celebrities as Barbara Walters, Anderson Cooper, Star Jones, Morley Safer and Robin Roberts.
Leandra has also been featured in the international press too including the LA Times, Daily Mirror (UK) New York Times and even as far afield as Beijing.
She made her debut at the age of 14 as a soloist in Kurt Weill’s The Eternal Road with the American Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leon Botstein and performed at the Avery Fisher Hall. Since then she has completed apprenticeships outreach tours and performances with Arizona Opera, Toledo Opera, Opera Carolina, Des Moines Metro Opera, Sarasota Opera, New Jersey Opera, Aspen Opera Theater Center, Opera Orchestra of New York, Martina Arroyo Foundation Prelude to Performance, and Center City Opera Theater.