Kelly LeVesque


Kelly LeVesque


Kelly Levesque is a singer-songwriter from New York who began her career in the studio at the age of 3 with her musician-father recording her first notes.  Kelly has performed as a soloist on leading international stages such as Royal Albert Hall, The Sydney Opera House, The Kennedy Center, Budokan, Staples Center, The White House, and Madison Square Garden. Kelly has also shared the stage with such esteemed artists as Sting, Jamie Foxx, Andrea Bocelli, David Foster, Josh Groban, Michael Bolton, Smokey Robinson, John Legend, Patti LaBelle, and many more. 

Kelly’s soaring vocal range, beautiful tone, and stunning stage presence have provided her with an international recording and performing career since she signed her first major recording deal with Reprise/Warner Brothers Records.  Kelly has had 2 top 5 Billboard Classical Crossover Albums, one with her group Three Graces and the second with Diane Warren’s duet group Due Voci.

Kelly has been honored to perform for International Royalty, four US Presidents and His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI.

Kelly believes in creating “Music With Meaning” as part of the philanthropic initiative with her music.  Kelly wrote a song called Never Forever to raise awareness and money for Domestic Violence victims- it was released with the support of the Miss America Organization and Safe Horizon with their #PuttheNailinit campaign. I Won’t Let You Down is a song Kelly wrote and gifted to the KNOWAutism Foundation to benefit children and families who are affected by Autism. 

Kelly is featured on several film and television soundtracks, including America’s Sweethearts starring Julia Roberts, and the title song on the new Inspector Gadget series. Kelly is also a featured vocalist on numerous National TV and radio commercials. 

“Singing is what I love to do and I always remember at each performance, this could be somebody’s first or last show, so I give everything I have and leave it all on the stage!”