#BerkleeAnywhere Concert SeriesEsperanza Delgado (Virtual Concert)
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The #BerkleeAnywhere Concert Series features Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students performing virtually wherever they are around the world. We may be separated by distance, but music empowers us to unite. Wherever you are, we invite you to connect with us every Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. EDT on Berklee's IGTV and Facebook pages.
About the Artist
At the age of 15, Esperanza Delgado began studying classical singing at the professional conservatory of music in Córdoba, Spain, where she trained as a soprano. After graduating with honors in 2016, she received a full scholarship at the Ángela Carrasco School of Musical Theater in Madrid, where she studied with figures such as José María Sepúlveda, Paco Arroja, and Ángela Carrasco herself. Although she was accepted to Berklee College of Music in 2015 and received scholarships from the General Society of Authors and the AIE scholarship for high specialization studies, she deferred her entrance for a year due to participate in La Voz (The Voice Spain), where she was a semifinalist on Alejandro Sanz's team. On the show, she sang with artists such as Grammy Award winner Sanz, David Bisbal, and the Colombian band Morat, among others. In the summer of 2017, after La Voz and just prior to attending Berklee, she toured in various national theaters on her first solo tour, called Voces de Mujer, Voces de Esperanza. She then began her studies at Berklee, becoming a double major in voice performance and contemporary writing and production. She's currently continuing her studies while performing, with numerous appearances as a soloist at the Berklee Performance Center and concerts alongside figures such as Grammy winners Aida Cuevas, Oscar Stagnaro, and the band Patax. She's the cofounder of the band Mestizas.
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