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Angela Maria

Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: April 2, 1970    

Angela Maria

Angela was born in Lima-Peru. She studied in school of Santa margarita where she received music lessons from Genaro Chumpitazi. She then migrated to Rome-Italy where she learnt jazz vocals in Saint Louis music school Rome. She also got a chance to study the musical genres of Italy in which she was able to perform with the various bands in Italy. In 2007 she traveled back to Lima-Peru where she deeply engaged in the afro Peruvian music. There she managed to share stage with the best musicians such as Tito Manrique, Gigio Parodi and Ronny Campos from Peru Negro. Angela is an independent artist lives actually in The Netherlands and worked as a songwriter, a singer.

Awards

Finalist with the song "Adios" in 100% Music Songwriting Contest 2009

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Featured recording “Como Soy”

Latest Release

Como Soy

Self Produced (2009)

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The vocals of Peruvian singer/songwriter Angela Maria’s full-length “Como Soy” conjure a soft rain falling upon the western coast of South America. While much of her debut album, which was two years in the making, is uptempo, blending Afro-Peruvian and Latin rhythms, her vocal quality is at once endearing and intimate. Accompanied by acoustic guitarist (and album producer) Tito Manrique, album opener and highlight “Primavera,” poetically implores, “How many springs are in the winter of your soul?” Other highlights include “Si tu te vas,” which bids a sweet farewell, while “Ven a mi encuentro,” on the other hand, offers a call to (romantic) arms...

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