Irene Rose




  • Opera/Musical Theatre
  • Theatre
  • Dance
  • Music

Geographical Availability

  • Upstate
  • Midlands
  • PeeDee
  • Low Country


Irene Rose is an 8th generation South Carolinian whose voice has taken her across five countries, to Music Row in Nashville, TN and led her right back home to Charleston, SC. She is the owner of award-winning entertainment company, Once Upon A Party, where she entertains as different characters teaching children the importance of strong character. Two-time winner of her campus version of American Idol, radio talent searches, songwriting competitions, and selected for showcases in both America’s Got Talent and American Idol, she has been featured on ten albums. After graduating from CSU, she attended Youth With A Mission’s creative/performing arts school in New Zealand, touring Thailand, China and Hong Kong as a singer, songwriter, dancer, and choreographer. She then started a movement called “Stop Traffic” as an advocate for the victims of human trafficking. Twenty of her songs have had radio/TV airplay and she was signed in Nashville as an artist/songwriter. She currently serves as a school music director and songwriter for a children’s book series. She has a national distribution deal for her CD, “Songs to Grow On,” with Life Action Ministries, and is featured as the theme song for the book series, “Fruit That Lasts.”