Georgi was born and educated in Jersey in the Channel Islands. At sixteen she was awarded a place at Chethams School of Music in Manchester to study soprano singing and piano, whilst there Georgi played the part of Maria in West side story and performed in venues such as St Georges Chapel, Windsor and Bridgewater Hall. She then went on to train in Opera at Trinity College of Music London.
Georgi’s unique versatility as an artist has seen her performing in Opera Galas alongside Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to making her West End Debut (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Adelphi Theatre, Grim: A Love Story to Die for Charing Cross Theatre). Georgi performed a leading role at The Charing Cross Theatre, with the musical having a Royal Premiere at The Rose Theatre in Kingston. She was privileged to record the Original London cast soundtrack, available on iTunes. Georgi also played ‘Lady Ada’ in Princess Ida at the Finborough Theatre. At the Jersey Opera House she has played ‘Cosette’ in Les Miserables, ‘Mary Magdaline’ Jesus Christ Superstar and was one of the Principle females singers at West End On The Rock. She has performed in many operas notably playing ‘The Empress’ in The Empresses Feet at The Barbican, ‘Cupid’ in Orpheus in the Underworld Blackheath Halls, ‘Cherubino' Marriage of Figaro Blackheath Halls and was the soloist in Elijah at St Georges Chapel Windsor Castle. As a Soprano Soloist she has performed to sell out audiences at The Liberation Prom with the Jersey Symphony Orchestra conducted by Philip Ellis. She performed alongside Keven and Karen Clifton (Strictly Come Dancing stars) at The Glitterball Prom conducted by Gavin Sutherland. Georgi supported Russell Watson, Rhydian and Kerry Ellis at The Proms on Thames with London Philharmonic Orchestra and sang Second Soprano with Elizabeth Watts, Rob Murray, and Graeme Danby in Bachs B minor Mass as part of the Jersey’s International Music Festival. Most recently she performed with Dominic Ferris in his show 'Me and My Piano' Live at Zedel. And performed as the soloist alongside Rodney Earl Clarke in the Broadway Gala at the Jersey Opera House. Her TV appearances, include singing for Channel 4, and most recently on the BBC ONE, ITV Channel TV and London Live. She was the supporting Soprano Soloist for G4 on their Back for Good tour 2016, and their Love Songs tour in 2017 and was so excited to be supporting them on their 2018 tour around the Channel Islands. She most recently sang on BBC's Friday Night is Music Night alongside John Owen Jones and the BBC Concert Orchestra and was in the Classical Charts with her critically acclaimed album 'Believe' with Ida Girls London.
Director of Ida Girls London an all girl classical crossover group, who are in demand for shows world wide.The girls have performed their show on the West End (The Other Palace), at West End Live to 20,000 people, they headlined Noosa ALIVE festival in Australia. Most recently they performed on BBC 1 and sang alongside Hollywood and West End Stars in the charity single ‘The Hero’. Hailed as a ‘supergroup’ by Musical Theatre Review. She proudly co-wrote their latest single 'Home' and is currently writing more songs for the group. The group have recently performed for Prince Edward at Windsor Castle and are excited to make their Buckingham Palace debut. Co-founder of FourTune Vocal Quartet, a mixed a capella quartet.