Chicago Mezzo

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Czerina Salud began her musical instruction at the age of three when her parents enthusiastically enrolled her in ballet and piano lessons. What began as early childhood enrichment activities, developed into a lifelong passion and pursuit. Ms. Salud explored the world of classical music over the next two and a half decades through ballet, piano, guitar, the alto recorder and voice. It was the vocal instrument that ultimately captured her heart, spirit and mind. The voice became Ms. Salud’s primary vehicle of artistic expression. Ms. Salud’s classical vocal work gave her the opportunity to sing in venues such as St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City, the Chicago Symphony Center, Roosevelt University’s Ganz Hall and a taping for the BBC. Her more recent discovery of vocal works in the Polynesian repertoire unexpectedly brought her to the doorstep of Chicago’s Polynesian community for a short period of time. Ms. Salud aspires to continue making significant artistic, social and cultural contributions in her work.

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Written by czerinasalud

June 7, 2006 at 9:38 pm

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