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Hey there, I’m Quiana Holmes! I’m a singer/actress working and living in New York City.

 

Quiana Holmes is a singer/actress that is recently graduated from Berklee College of Music. Graduating with a bachelors in Professional Music, she focused in three areas: Education, Business, and Drama. Throughout her college career, Holmes sang with a general business band- “Encore” under Wilson Stevens Productions- where she sang at private events and weddings. In the fall semester of 2014, she was cast as Deena Jones in the Berklee College of Music’s production of “Dreamgirls”. In the spring semester of 2015, the actress made her Boston professional debut as “Dorothy” in Fiddlehead Theatre Company’s production of The Wiz, at the Historical Strand Theatre. Holmes then continued on as Diana Ross in “Dancing in the Streets: Motown Revue tour,” a West End Production. Weeks after graduating Berklee College of Music, Holmes made her National Tour Debut with “Motown the Musical” as Mary Wilson and understudied Diana Ross. After finishing up the ten month tour, Quiana headed to upstate New York to star in Beehive at the “Finger Lakes Theatre Festival”. She is currently auditioning in NYC and participating in readings of new and potential Broadway shows.

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2015 BEST STUDENT ACTRESS NOMINEE: Quiana Holmes as Dorothy Gale in Fiddlehead Theatre Company’s “The Wiz”

- ArtsImpulse

 
 

I really want to take the time out to thank all of my Berklee teachers that have pushed me to be my best self. I want to thank Tom Baskett, Ana Guigui, Rebecca Perricone, and Rene Pfister for believing and supporting in all I do. I also want to thank my high-school teachers Jake Meiss and Twyla Edwards for challenging me and my abilities as a singer and actress and for showing me professionalism and grace. I also have to thank my former piano teacher-Nina Merrill, for giving me such theory knowledge that has put me ahead of the game in my career. I also want to thank my mom and dad for sharing their love of music with me and for teaching me all they know and guiding me into life of music. Their teachings have enabled me to go out, audition, and perform in projects that I never thought I’d be able to! I am privileged to have such a wonderful support system- so thank you!!

Much love,

Q