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Allie Armstrong

Allie Armstrong

Allie received theatrical training from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and musical training from Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she studied songwriting and vocal performance. Music surrounded her from a young age, having grown from the influences of her grandfather, a pianist, and her uncle, a band director and multi-faceted musician. Blues and zydeco were some of her first musical introductions thanks to her father's Mississippi upbringing and extensive music library, alongside classical composers introduced to her by her piano teacher. From age six to twelve she studied classical piano, and continues to play both piano and guitar. She began vocal lessons in Dallas, TX under vocal coach Amy Seltzer and received further training from college audition coachMary Anna Dennard and composer Steven Lutvak She trained at NYU's Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. At Berklee she participated in jazz and country ensembles, attended workshops hosted by Kenny Werner, and sang in improvisatory vocal workshops hosted by Diane Richardson. She feels blessed to have been afforded the opportunities for training.

Lately Allie's been working on a debut EP. She recorded the majority of the music with producer Jeremy McDonald in Brooklyn at Mason Jar Music (Feist, Alicia Keys, Lake Street Dive, Sarah Jarosz, Miguel, Big Thief). She's extremely excited to share her music soon. 


Amy Seltzer (Blue October, Drowning Pool), Mary Anna Dennard, Steven Lutvak (A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder), Dan Safer (Witness Relocation), Mike Mikos (Animals), Elizabeth Hess (Love Trade, Metamorphoses), Deb O, Salty Brine (The Living Record Collection), Kenny Werner (Effortless Mastery), Diane Richardson

As a composer, Allie is a member of both Free The Bid and Glass Elevator.


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