Paulina Guerra is a homeschool graduate from Houston, Texas, and she developed a love for music at a young age. Participating in musicals throughout high school, she decided to pursue a career in vocal performance. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a concentration in vocal performance and a minor in theatre at Louisiana Tech University. Paulina received her Master of Music at the University of Mobile with cognates in both vocal pedagogy and theater.
While she has really enjoyed every performance opportunity from ensemble to lead roles, two that she especially loved were Rita in Lucky Stiff (opera workshop), Woman #2 in Six Women with Braindeath, Ms. Todd in The Old Maid and the Thief, and the Monitoress in Suor Angelica. Paulina has also competed at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region VI (2019) portraying Victoria in The Groundling.
Paulina credits her successes to the Lord and has a deep gratitude for everyone in her life who has helped her to grow and mature. Because of the energy and care that her teachers poured into her, Paulina has a passion for doing the same for others. Her goal is to help young artists accomplish their goals and work toward their dreams. Her performing mantra is “excellence without arrogance and respect for all.” Paulina strives to maintain a supportive classroom that emulates this idea.
In her free time, she can be found swimming laps or trying to find the best place to eat queso. Most of her time, however, is committed to pursuing God and the calling to mastery that He instilled within her.