Maryland born and raised Adalia Jimenez has been singing, acting, and dancing for a majority of her life. Currently studying Journalism at the University of Maryland, she is hoping to get more involved with the things she loves.
At the age of 9, Adalia won the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's “Oh Say Can You Sing” competition, kickstarting her singing career. Winning this prestigious contest allowed her to sing the National Anthem as a “soloist” on the July 4th, while accompanied by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the “BSO’s Annual Star-Spangled Spectacular Concert.” Since then, she has sung the National Anthem at several professional sporting events including the: Washington Wizards, Washington Mystics and Washington Nationals.
Adalia has had the opportunity to perform at professional theatre's (both at Toby’s Dinner Theaters and Olney Theater Center) where she fell in love with all things musical theater. In high school, she performed at the Kennedy Center and Strathmore Theater at A Candlelight Christmas in which she was featured as a soloist with her high school A CAPELLA! group; and also served as a previous member of the Maryland All State Chorus and Montgomery County Youth Chorus.
She has done a number of Pre-Professional programs including Young Artists of America, where she has gotten to play numerous roles like Anita in West Side Story, and Carmen in FAME!