Angelique Zuluaga
Soprano
Angelique Zuluaga has performed opera, oratorio, chamber and new music throughout the U.S. and South America. Her voice has been described as “dark and delicate” (Indy Star), and the “voice of angels” (San Francisco Examiner). As a soloist she has performed under the direction of Ton Koopman, Andrew Lawrence King, Kent Nagano, Michael Tilson Thomas and Nic Mcgegan. She is also in her fourteenth season with the Carmel Bach Festival chorale, with recent performances with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Chorale, the San Franscisco Symphony chorus, and her 2019 debut with SF Cappella.

Recent performances include the 2019 Santa Cruz Baroque Festival with the Virtu Ensemble, the world premiere performances and recording of Caroline Shaw’s “The Listeners” with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale. In 2017 she released a critically acclaimed album of songs by Poldowski in collaboration with pianist Gwendolyn Mok. She received her Licenciatura en Musica (Bachelors in Music Education) from the Universidad del Valle in Cali, Colombia, and Masters of Music in Voice performance and Early Music at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.