Jeannette Romeu presented by Steinway & Sons

Jeannette C. Romeu, known as Galaxy Girl, embarked on her musical journey at the tender age of 3, the fifth generation of her legendary Romeu family. She received classical training in piano, guitar, and voice, with fame taking flight at 4 through her TV shows and her debut album "Bebe Jeanny," directed by her late grandmother, Zenaida Romeu, alongside a full orchestra. Early music conservatory education sparked her interest, enabling impressive improvisation over Bach's compositions by age 5.

At the University of Miami, she thrived in Jazz Piano Performance, drawing inspiration from greats like Bill Evans, Chick Corea, and Miles Davis. Her musical exploration spans Classical, Jazz, Latin Jazz, R&B, Pop, Rock, EDM, and AI music. Mentored by her Romeu family and Thomas Dowd, she's released over 17 CDs, collaborated with artists like Bachman Turner Overdrive, Orleans, Kevens, Brazilian Voices, and George Acosta, showcasing proficiency in multiple instruments, including Deejaying. She's graced stages, opening for legends like Andrea Bocelli, Carlos Santana, Ziggy Marley, Erykah Badu, and Duran Duran, collaborating with top engineer Deryck Ragoonanan.

Executive producer Alan G. Freed, an artist and musician in his own right, shares her talent and passion for the arts and music.

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