Angelique Zuluaga
Soprano Angelique Zuluaga has performed opera, oratorio, and chamber music throughout the U.S. and South America. Her voice has been described as “dark and delicate” (Indy Star), “a graceful sweet tone” (The Monterey Herald), and in 2012 was hailed by Fanfare magazine as a performer of “gusto and finesse”.

As a soloist she has performed under the direction of Ton Koopman, Kent Nagano, Nic Mcgegan and Michael Tilson Thomas. As an ensemble singer, in addition to her participation with the Carmel Bach Festival, she is currently part of the professional chorale of Philharmonia Baroque, and is in her first season with the San Francisco Opera chorus.

Past performance highlights; soprano soloist in Brahm’s Requiem with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and Orchestra, Handel's Ode to St. Cecilia with the orchestra of St. Luke’s at Zankel Hall. She created the role of Chirinos in the world premiere “Las Cuerdas del titiritero” by Gerardo Dirié, and has performed The Mother in Menotti’s Amahl & The Night Visitors with the Monterey Symphony Orchestra. She most recently appeared as soprano soloist with the San Francisco Symphony in the inaugural concert of “Soundbox”.