Published On: Tue, Dec 11th, 2012

Kizzy McHugh – World renowned artist raised in Curacao

This multi-talent is a Berklee College of Music graduate. Kizzy perfected her skills at Berklee College of Music, Emerson College and the Boston Conservatory. Before graduating from Berklee College of Music, she was invited into the Dean's Club thanks to her 'Outstanding Ability and Accomplishments as a Performing Artist'.

She became the TV host for Arts and Entertainment shows on different TV channels, also appearing on E! and VH1.
She performed with artists like Steven Tyler, Dianne Reeves and Glenn Close, modeled in fashion shows, made cameos in TV commercials and presented at events. Kizzy presented the Miss Boston competition and was also one of the jury members.
During that same period, she taught performance classes at e.g. the Arlington Center For The Arts and when she became the lead singer of the Bo Winiker Orchestra, she performed for Bill Clinton and at many other high profiled events.

Kizzy has entertained her audiences both on TV as well as on the music scene and the writers of the Improper Bostonian Magazine noticed. They voted her one of the 'Top 10 Most Eligible Bachelorettes in Boston' and put her on the cover of their magazine.

Kizzy never fails to intrigue her concert goers, using her unique style and performing background to turn each music show into an exciting experience, which will only leave you wanting more.

Kizzy was born in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, to a Surinamese father and an Antillean mother (Sint Eustatius). At the age of four, her family moved to the Caribbean island of Curaçao.

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