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Renata Estrada
Piano, Voice - South

She initiated her musical studies in Caracas, Venezuela at the age of 5, focusing on piano and voice. She attended the Manuel Alberto López Experimental School of Music and IUDEM (University Institute of Musical Studies), where she received instruction from esteemed music educators, including Mayre Martinez, the first Latin American Idol.

At 19 years old, she made the decision to pursue further education at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, specializing in Music Business and Management, with a primary focus on voice. She successfully graduated in 2012.

Her career has seen her sharing the stage with Grammy Latin-winning artists such as Juan Luis Guerra and Gian Marco. Post-graduation, she was granted the O1 visa for individuals with extraordinary abilities, leading her to Los Angeles, California. There, she joined Farias Productions, collaborating with the producer of Mexican singer Juan Gabriel. Their work on albums like "Los Duo" and "Los Duo 2" earned accolades, including Latin Grammys and Billboard Awards. Additionally, she served as a background vocal singer and had the opportunity to collaborate with artists such as Mario Domm and Belinda.

Her extensive experience extends to concert production, including events featuring Natalia Lafourcade, Rawayana, La Vida Boheme, Bandalos Chinos, Los Mesoneros, Cuarteto de Nos, and many more. She excelled in managing logistics for talent and crew, overseeing large-scale festivals like Cusica Fest in 2022 and 2023, attracting approximately 11,000 attendees with performances from both international and national artists. Furthermore, she has demonstrated her versatility as a tour manager for various national and international artists, including Gran Radio, Rojuu, and Tokischa.


She has been teaching voice and piano for over a decade with a passion for nurturing musical talent and fostering a deep appreciation for the arts. Her teaching methods have consistently led to the success of her students and her commitment to creating a supportive and inspiring learning environment has made her a respected figure in the music education community.

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