Welcome to Rosalie Drysdale's music website.
Here you can listen to Rosalie's music, download songs or albums, purchase physical albums and merchandize.
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Use the menu at the very top of the page to access various places on this website.
Based on the feedback we have been getting from many of you, we have recently added a Gospel Music Compilation page, and will be adding to it and also including a number of other compilation pages, just to make it easier to find the music you love.
Rosalie Drysdale is a singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger and producer who performs on stage, television and radio. Rosalie started her performing career at the age of two, singing in church.
She has been creating original music and performing in a wide variety of genres including soul, R&B with a dash of Jazz all the way to inspirational and classical, which are her musical roots.
Rosalie is inspired by a variety of musical stylings, and instruments. Her love of such a variety of instruments and styles results in a unique musical signature, inspiring, emotional and entertaining.
She writes and arranges all of her songs at her Yamaha Grand Piano, in Studio Bella Rosa. She owns two Yamaha Grand Pianos, one in the great room of her home, and the other in her studio. Music is a fundamental part of her everyday life. Rosalie and her pianos are the best of friends, and throughout her life they have spent countless hours together.
The Acoustic Grand Piano is her main instrument, which she plays on all of the album tracks, in addition, on selected tracks, she plays the Hammond Organ on her Nord Electro 5HP.
She trained for over a decade with the Royal Conservatory of Music as a classical vocalist and pianist, and spent her formative years performing classical gospel, jazz and pop music.
She performed the Theme Song “Reach Out Go for Gold” at the opening ceremonies for the 1999 Pan Am Games, which was broadcast live around the World, to an estimated audience of 400 million viewers.
Rosalie performed locally on stage for five years with the Ron Paley Band, and made countless appearances at various venues around Winnipeg in late 1990’s.
After a hiatus of almost two decades since her last album “Soar” was released, Rosalie now spends her time exclusively at Studio Bella Rosa, and is working with a variety of artists on a number of new and upcoming projects.
You can watch some of her performances and keep up to date with upcoming events at her website Blog.
You can also listen to her sing “Oh Holy Night” on the Album River City Christmas, which is available on Apple Music, Spotify and Amazon Music.