Born in Washington, DC, Sofía Campoamor first started writing songs to make school projects more fun. This lighthearted approach to academics led her to study music at Yale University, where she composed everything from musical theater songs to podcast theme music to interactive art gallery études, and performed around the world as the first woman member and Assistant Music Director of the Whiffenpoofs.
Campoamor now writes, records, and performs original indie folk in Brooklyn, and sings as a cantor and Soprano II with the Oratory Choir of St. Boniface. Her debut album "if you knew, i couldn't tell" blends dreamy acoustic soundscapes with biting vulnerability in tales of love, longing, and friendship. Campoamor is also the co-Music Director at Hear Your Song, a national nonprofit that empowers children and teens with serious illnesses and complex health needs to make their voices heard through collaborative songwriting.
- Bachelor’s Degree
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- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Vocal Director and/or Choral Prep
- Vocal Arranger
- Music Producer/Record Producer
- Recording Studio Engineer
- Guitar - acoustic
- Guitar - electric