Isabel Commandeur

Featured Artist, Female Vocalists

Isabel Commandeur is a powerful and unique singer and actress from The Netherlands


With her strong performance, Isabel became the winner of the Dutch television program “My Name Is” (The Dutch equivalent of American Idol), by singing songs from the pop diva Christina Aguilera in the exhilarating finals and she won a leading role in the musical Daddy Cool.


Isabel won a gold medal at the World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood for her acting. She also won a bronze medal for Vocal Opera and Vocal Pop and a scholarship for the acting program for Film & TV at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.


Most recently Isabel played the role of Annette in the Broadway musical Saturday Night Fever. Isabel received her musical education at the Codarts University of the Arts in Rotterdam and graduated with a degree in Musical Theatre. Since then, her various musical theatre credits have included A Lttle Night Music, Into the Woods, Bernarda Alba, Lover or Loser and Nieuwe avonturen met Dolfje Weerwolfje. Isabel is an actress for a variety of different national television commercials in The Netherlands.


She is also an acclaimed versatile voice-over actress in her country. Her voice can be heard in a great number of different radio and television commercials for toys, movies, games, audiobooks, and television series for companies like Disney+, Netflix, Amazon, V-tech, Sony Pictures and many more.


With her impressive wide range and great technique, she can charm and fascinate the audience with a delightful mix of genres such as pop/rock, soul, and musical opera.


Performing in top places like The Peace Palace in The Hague, different Jazz Festivals across The Netherlands and other beautiful venues around the world, Isabel truly creates the “wow effect” for audiences. Be prepared to be blown away by her incredible voice!


Career Highlights

Winner of national television talent show ‘My Name Is’.

Winner of 4 awards at the World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood.

Playing the role of Annette in the Broadway show ‘Saturday Night Fever’.