A top 24 finalist on American Idol, Colombian-born Julie Zorrilla remembers practicing Chopin on her piano and rocking out to her father’s Michael Jackson collection in the foothills of the Andes. In 1998, violence and unrest in Colombia forced Julie and her family to move to Denver, Colorado.
Finding her own place in the States proved easy for her, as she was soon accepted into the Denver School of the Arts, and later the Idyllwild Arts Academy, where she excelled in her study of voice and piano. Driven by her heart, Julie turned down a scholarship to Berklee College of Music to move to Los Angeles, where she has worked with David Foster, Randy Jackson, Polow Da Don, Rodney Jerkins and many others before finding her place with Girl Radical.
Julia Zorrilla are recently featured as vocalist in Triad Dragons new single titled ‘Chasing Shadows’