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Elda Peralta, native of Tijuana, Mexico, is known for her versatility in singing and teaching classical and commercial music styles. She teaches using principles learned at the LoVetri Institute for Somatic VoiceworkTM. She is an experienced worship leader and songwriter, having worked as the Director of Worship & Music at First Presbyterian Church of Evanston from 2014-2017, and has lead worship and composed songs for the churches she has attended throughout her life. Peralta has been featured with many ensembles ranging from jazz quartets and big bands to “rondallas,” and in recitals and concerts from baroque to Mexican folk music styles.
As a lyric mezzo-soprano, she has performed as a soloist with the Chicago Arts Orchestra, Orchestra of New Spain, La Jolla Symphony & Chorus, Orquesta de Baja California, Opera de Tijuana, and Aspen Opera Theater Center. Since 2010, she has had the honor of performing recently rediscovered Galant music from the time of the New Spain. Peralta has sung this repertoire across the US and in cathedrals where it was composed: in 2012, at the Cathedral of Durango’s Third Viceregal Music Festival, and in November of 2017 at the Metropolitan Cathedral in México City. She is a soloist in the Chicago Arts Orchestra’s Al Combate recording of these newfound works. As a professional chorister, she has performed with the San Diego Opera Chorus, Grant Park Music Festival, Lyric Opera Chorus, and was a member of the prestigious Chicago Symphony Chorus from 2011 to 2017.
She lives in San Diego, California, with her husband, Joel, and one will often find her spontaneously composing songs for her children, Ezra and Katya.