Guamúchil, Sinaloa.- Discovering a great passion for singing about two years ago, which has made her a Soprano, and developing that passion when she joined the Sinaloa Opera Choir, is something that the lyrical singer treasures. Claudia Puebla Heraldez, who is a young woman from Guamuchil who lives in Culiacán, Sinaloa. She seeks to fulfill one of her greatest dreams: to become a successful lyrical singer, and for this she is studying at the High School of Music, which belongs to the ISIC (Sinaloense Institute of Culture). It was until he was 19 years old when he entered the Sinaloa Opera Choir, where he stood out with his singing in the opera; as a result of that command of voice he decides to study the career of lyrical singer, driven by the teacher Alejandro Miyaki, who sees a great artistic potential. Her beginnings She Immersed in art from a very young age, Claudia grew up, since she carried out different types of cultural activities. However, it was thanks to her father, whom she describes as a very happy person and who she is always listening to music, which instilled in her the love of singing. She fondly remembers that childhood where she sang at full volume. “I was a very happy girl, inclined to art. I always drew, sang, danced, and what she showed the most was singing. Wherever I wanted to go singing. I remember that my dad always had loud music, and I grew up with the songs of Whitney Houston, Céline Dion, Lola Beltrán, Chavela Vargas, among others. I loved to imitate them; He projected to me that he was them and he sang all those songs with an open chest, ”said Claudia Puebla. Career The young soprano, at 24 years of age, has excelled in the Sinaloa Opera and Choir Workshop with her amazing voice, of which she feels very proud to have and, at the same time, surprised, seeing how far it has taken her and so many things it has given her, since the greatest challenge of being in the Opera Choir Sinaloa was that, without knowing anything about poetry, she was able to develop the nuances of the voice with great ease, becoming a great soprano. “I have been in the Sinaloa Opera Choir for two years and 10 months in the Opera Workshop, which mean a lot to me. They are an essential part of my life, because they have given me the opportunity to make different presentations. I love being on stage singing,” added Puebla. Satisfaction Projecting herself in the Mexican ranchera songs with a vulnerability of feelings is something that Claudia is very passionate about, because she shows on stage the pride, the sincerity of what she sings, which gives her the applause of the public as a reward, which is something that is priceless. “Singing Mexican music inspires pride and strength in me, and despite most of the Mexican songs that I like, such as Chavela Vargas, Lola Beltrán, they are painful songs that are sung with such pride and sincerity that people cannot help but feel what you’re saying. That is the most wonderful thing, and I think the most beautiful thing is that they are sincere, “added Claudia. Message On her part, Puebla invites all the people who are interested in making an art to be encouraged, because it is never too late to find their artistic gifts.
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