Doris Andrews was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1928. She graduated from the Conservatory then followed her mother to Europe finishing her studies in Zurich, Switzerland.
She began her international career as a singer, both soprano and mezzosoprano, of opera, chamber music, oratorio and new music. She embraced all music which made her appeal to listeners worldwide. She sang in the United States for many years and then returned to Rome to work at the Instituto Italo Latino American.
In 1994 Doris founded her own Academy as the Director of AIDA (Accademia Internazionale Delle Arti) which gained worldwide recognition with many young people from around the world coming to study. Doris also included courses for instrumental studies such as: piano, violin, flute, organ, composition, choral and orchestra conducting.
Doris died in Rome in September of 2020.
ANDREWS, Doris [1928, Buenos Aires, Argentina – 9/?/2020, Rome, Lazio, Italy] – singer, founded AIDA (Accademia Internazionale Delle Arti).
The Return of Clay Stone – 1964 [sings: Old Ben”, “The Gay Sheriff”, “Love in the Far West”
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