DIANA SOPHIA

Singer-songwriter based in New York City, her music is influenced by rock, pop, gothic and classical. She describes it as emotional and she makes a vessel of it to express human struggles, hope and inspiration.

Diana Sophia is a Mexican-American singer/songwriter who has traversed a very unique and eclectic artist path. Her emo-pop sound came from a lifetime of influences from the opera, classical music, and pop-rock bands.

After a childhood filled with theater, writing, and drums, guitar and piano playing, Diana studied for four years in “Las Rosas” & “ESM” Music Conservatories in Mexico.

At only 22, Diana was selected during a national audition to be an active member of the Mexican Opera House “Palacio de Bellas Artes” in Mexico City, where she won a chair singing as first soprano as part of the opera choir, as well as a few character and solo roles in different opera productions.

Diana Sophia has performed in many stages as a soloist, and chorus member spanning musical genres ranging from opera, pop-rock, world music, and experimental fusion in and out of Mexico. Now as a solo-artist residing in New York, Diana writes and performs her original music in both English, and Spanish, combining her roots with her new life.

In early 2019, she released her first EP “Shine” which was recorded and produced by Rob Guariglia leader of the Brooklyn based band “Modern Whale.” Her forthcoming album is a collaboration with Grammy-Winning Artist Felipe Fournier, and is anticipated for release in 2020.  

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Photography: Jon hoeg, william murray & adriana medina

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