Meet a Musician: Angelique Zuluaga, Soprano
Bloomington, Indiana, is a special city for musicians—visitor or resident, foreign or domestic, famous or little-known. It also happens to be a city with a large university and a large school of music, a meeting place for all kinds of performers, educators, and researchers. This post is part of a photo series that looks at the many people in Bloomington who call themselves a musician.
Angelique Zuluaga began her singing career in Cali, Colombia, where she received her Licenciatura en Música with Emperatriz Figueroa as her major professor in voice at the Universidad del Valle. Further studies in music lead her to the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where she completed two master degrees in voice performance and Early Music.
Past performances include collaboration with Aguavá New Music Studio in the world premiere of Aurelio de la Vega’s Variacion del Recuerdo at the Library of Congress, soprano soloist for the Carmel Bach Festival, and soloist with the Youth Orchestra of The Americas’ Brazilian tour of Bach’s Saint Matthew Passion under the direction of Kent Nagano.
Recently, Angelique was the soprano soloist in Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, and covered the role of Dalinda in Handel’s Ariodante at the 2010 Princeton Festival.