Sara Ravelo began her vocal and musical training with celebrated Mexican tenor Alfredo Portilla. Following a promising and successful schooling with Portilla, she was accepted into the National Conservatory of Music under the auspices of soprano Liliana Gómez Arzápalo.
Sara has successfully completed master classes with violinist David Mcarroll, cello player Mathias Gredler and Canadian voice actor and musician Stephen Mendel. She is a very active soprano, performing an array of musical compositions on several national and international stages including Mozart's Zauberflöte aria, "Ach ich fühl's," at the Great Hall of the People, in China. Her repertoire includes several Italian pieces, as well.
In 2020, Sara Ravelo was honoured with First Prize at the 8th International Vocal Contest in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is an eager collaborator, working together with musicians in the Sichuan province of China, where she has been involved in several concerts. Specifically, Sara Ravelo has established strong collaborations with music education instructor Paulina Wong and with Nancy Yuen, director of vocal studies at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts.
Sara Ravelo was unanimously chosen as winner of the First Prize at the 2020 International "Golden Classical Music Awards" Competition in the "Weill Hall" of Carnegie Hall in New York, singing "Senza Mamma" by Giacomo Puccini.
Back in her homeland, Sara has performed at various musical galas in support of cultural activities within Mexico City, at the Carranza Cultural Centre, the Casa del Lago and the Alfredo Bablot Room, as well as across various states of the Mexican Republic such as Puebla, the State of Mexico and Chihuahua, amongst others.
As a member of Chamber Music Duo Manhattan, Sara has interpreted a variety of Mexican, Italian, German and French musical pieces as well as major mayor musical compositions written by Rachmaninov, Schumann and Debussy, to cite a few.
It is through her strong conviction and interest in advancing the interfacing of music with human health that Sara Ravelo eagerly accepted to participate in innovative undertakings such as iBioSign's Sound-Induced Signature Motifs and Neurotransmission Pathways as Member of the Advisory Board of the International Centre for the Advancement of Health, Regional Innovation and Science, ICAHRIS Research, headquartered in Ottawa, Canada.