It could be said that violinist/vocalist/composer/arranger Mireya Ramos has been forging her path to musical success since childhood. U.S. born, Puerto Rico raised, with a music savvy Dominican mother and a Mexican, mariachi-singing father, Mireya caught the music bug early. Ramos could sing on key as a toddler, at 5 began studying violin, by 7 she was a classical voice student in the prestigious San Juan Children’s Choir. By the time Mireya celebrated her 18th birthday, she had accumulated an impressive resume, including multiple international performances with elements of cultural ambassadorship, and a stop at Carnegie Hall. Moving to New York in 1999, Mireya began playing mariachi with Mariachi Angeles de Puebla while working as session talent and making her mark as a formidable, genre-bending musician. In 2008 she founded Mariachi Flor de Toloache; New York’s first all-female mariachi band and one of the city’s most exciting bands. Nine years and a Latin Grammy nomination later, Ramos continues to build momentum and dazzle audiences with her performances.