Lydia Oakeson

Lydia OakesonLydia Oakeson is a spirited 11-year-old performer who likes to sing, dance, act, model, and figure skate. She is also a blogger (Lydia Out Loud!), YouTuber, and loves to travel the world. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Day Saints. She is also a member of the world-famous One Voice Children’s Choir and Utah Conservatory of the Performing Arts.

Lydia loves musical theatre and aspires to be on Broadway. Favorite theatrical roles portrayed include Susan in Miracle on 34th Street, Young Fiona in Shrek! Pepper in Annie, and a member of the munchkin Lullaby League in The Wizard of Oz.

As a member of One Voice Children’s Choir, Lydia has performed as a soloist with the choir in appearances with Alex Boyé, Kevin Olusola of Pentatonix, Jenny Oaks Baker, David Osmond, and for former President and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House. She also performed with the choir on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, toured with the choir to France, and is a soloist in the choir’s YouTube videos of “Where Are You Christmas” and “J’Imagine.”

Lydia is a gifted dancer and studies ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip hop, acro and musical theatre at Utah COPA. Her vocal coach is Shalee Schmidt, a member of the Musical Theatre Program teaching faculty at the University of Utah.

Lydia is also a competitive individual figure skater competing at ISI Freestyle level 4. This past season she placed first at the Denver Invitational, Skatefest, Oktoberfest, Copper Cup and Davis Cup.

Lydia is represented by TMG (Talent Management Group) in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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