|Hear the sweet sounds of Ursuline, Padua, and Salesianum students grace the stage of the Queen Theatre.
You're listening to 17-year-old Rocio Posada of Newark, who's a junior at Ursuline Academy. This will be her second time singing on that magnificent stage.
Rocio Posada: "It's a love story, so it's about a guy whose after a girl, and it's a very traditional Mexican song."
She's been singing since the young age of two and on stage as early age 9 and the most amazing part?
Posada: "I've never been trained vocally, but I just love being on stage singing and performing."
16-year-old Alecia Nippert is a sophomore at Ursuline, and it's her second time at the Queen too, except last year she sang a duet. This year, she's going solo with "The Hill" from the musical "Once."
Alecia Nippert: "Music has always, always been my release."
This vocally trained singer says before she performs she's a nervous wreck--but being on stage at the Queen is worth it.
Nippert: "I love the Queen, the venue itself is just spectacular. I really have always liked the whole coffeehouse gig."
Posada loves singing in both languages because of the way it allows her to express her emotions--and she hopes...
You can catch the show Sunday, April 21. Doors open at 5 p.m. The show starts at 5:30 p.m. For tickets, click here.
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