Luisa sings for weddings, private parties, corporate events, and non-profit organizations.
She sings as a solo act (to tracks), or with a small combo, The Las Espinas Duo. She
performs regularly at Arcola Health & Rehabilitation in Wheaton, MD, Brookdale in Olney, MD, Cadia Healthcare in Wheaton, MD &
HCR-ManorCare in Potomac, MD.
Call 301-873-9526 or email email@example.com to schedule her one-woman
show for your next party or special event!
Luisa's first CD, "Luisa Rose and her Imaginary Orchestra", was produced by local guitar
legend Garrick Alden. On many of the tracks, he played every instrument.
Luisa's second CD, "Luisa & the Reverbs" was released in 2011, featuring tracks
recorded at Omega Recording Studio in Rockville, MD and live at The Potomac Grill.
Luisa is a cantor at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Rockville and Saint Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church in Wheaton, MD. She also sings for Masses and special events at several other churches in the area. She is a Certified Cantor and a member of National Pastoral Musicians.
Born in 1965, Luisa has been sharing her gift of music since the
age of four and has the ability to sing in both English and Spanish with equal fluency.
Her musical experience runs the gamut. As a lead singer, she has been the featured
vocalist with a number of church and concert choirs around the country. Her talent was
quickly noticed even in high school, as she was selected as backup harmony singer for
Barry Manilow in Los Angeles. Her dynamic vocal range and diverse knowledge of
musical genres has led to her singing in Las Vegas with nationally and internationally
recognized and acclaimed artists, ranging from iconic Rock'n'Rollers Bobby Rydell and
The Jordanaires (Elvis Presley's backup group) to Pop and Opera legends Andrea
Bocelli and Luciano Pavarotti.
Currently residing in the Washington, DC area, Luisa has been a featured vocalist
on several radio shows and has shared her singing talents on stage with such artists as
Daryl Davis, musician/producer Garrick Alden, and the late John Harbison. In 2008,
Luisa was given the prestigious honor of being selected to sing first soprano in the Papal
Mass Choir during the Pope's visit to the nation's capital. She was also a featured soloist
for the National Pastoral Musicians National Conference in Washington, DC in 2013.
When not performing with other artists of note, she has been the lead singer in Luisa&
The Reverbs, a popular '50s and '60s Oldies tribute band she founded which performed
regularly in the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia metropolitan area. Luisa has
released two CDs, "Luisa & her Imaginary Orchestra" and "Luisa & the Reverbs".