Singer-songwriter Nicole de la Cruz started taking singing lessons when she was 10 years-old. Over the years she has trained and developed her voice to a professional level and incorporated her knowledge of music theory, guitar, and piano into her songwriting. Her genre of music is pop mixed with some rock and RNB. At 12 she attended Bak Middle School of the Arts, an audition-only magnet school in South Florida, as a member of their Vocal Arts Department. Seeing the passion and love Nicole had for music, her mother, a professional violinist, moved them to Los Angeles in 2015 to take Nicole's music career to the next level. Nicole has performed in over 100 shows including various events and festivals in both South Florida and LA. At 17, Nicole became an award-winning writer through the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation. Nicole's music is available on all digital music platforms including iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify. She also has a music video released on her Youtube channel for her single "Until I Met You."
Nicole has loved acting for as long as has been singing. Nicole has received training in scene study, audition technique, character development, networking, improv, drama, comedy, Shakespeare, etc. Since moving to L.A. she has studied at various studios including Margie Haber Studios, 321 Acting Studios, and Diane Christiansen Coaching. Nicole has much experience with onstage theater through musicals, (The King and I, Metaphasia, Hatshepsut) plays, and showcases. She has also played the part of the protagonist in a karate short film, I Don't Want Any Trouble. Nicole has also been a model for a few photoshoots. If you're looking to collaborate with Nicole on a project visit the CONTACT tab and fill out the form!