- On September 19, 2016
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Born and bred in Falkirk, Kerry trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Originally teaching in the Music department at the BRIT School of Performing Arts and Technology, in 2003 Kerry transferred to her primary area of passion in the Musical Theatre Department. She was the Director of Musical theatre for six years, leading one of the biggest departments in the school fostering the highest standard of training and performance. At BRIT, she specialised in classes in singing technique, musical ensemble and repertoire. Having trained in all three art forms, Kerry is extremely passionate about integrating the disciplines of Acting, Singing and Dance in the training of Musical Theatre. She has great expertise in creating musical arrangements for voice, and this can be evidenced in the work she produced for two of the ‘Friday Night is Music Night’ projects aired on BBC radio 2, in 2008 and 2011. After completing her training in Glasgow, Kerry was a member of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Chorus from 1992 – 1997 performing many important choral works conducted by world-renowned conductors and touring Israel, Germany and Northern Ireland. Kerry has continued, when she can, to perform whilst teaching at the BRIT school in cabaret work, musical devised pieces and in Two Ladies, a cabaret duo. Kerry has recently returned to Scotland and is extremely excited to be working with the students at GAMTA.