Mireya Ramos

Mireya I. Ramos- Violinist and vocalist of Dominican and Mexican descent raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She embodies all of her musical influences whether is mariachi, salsa, merengue or hip-hop, she always creates a unique and refreshing sound. Although, classically trained through Suzuki method and orchestral experiences in college, her passion lies in folklore and other alternative genres. Her natural improvisational skills and beautiful tone both in her violin and her lyrical voice has made her one of the top Latin artists in New York City.

Honored to have shared the stage with:
-Latin jazz pianists and grammy award winners: Chucho Valdez in the Dominican Jazz festival 2007, Omar Sosa at the Blue Note and Arturo O’Farrill at Birdland.
-Other world-famous artists include: Marc Anthony, Elvis Crespo, percussionist Luisito Quintero, Juan Carlos Formell, violinist Alfredo de La Fe, Dominican accordionist El Prodigio, Ruben Albarran from Cafetacuba, North Collective, soul singer Bilal and many more.

- DJ’s: some of the top and internationally known D.J.s in New York City such as: Louie Vega, Tony Touch, Rich Medina, Spinna, Len Smythe, Velcro, Carol-C (Si*Se), DJ Sake 1, and many more.

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