Tatiana Crespo

Tatiana Crespo is a Costarrican singer-songwriter living in Phoenix, Arizona. Her music is a rich medley of latin styles, ranging from cumbias and reggaeton, to waltzes and bossa nova. She graduated with a BA in Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance from ASU in 2017 and is a classically trained soprano. She has since performed both solo and with the all female quintet, Las Chollas Peligrosas, as well as traditional Mexican music trio, La Luz De La Luna. Both alone and with these projects she has performed at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Northern Arizona, Tempe Center for The Arts, Phoenix Arts Museum, Musical Instrument Museum, Herberger Theater, amongst other venues in the state. 

Her eclectic career began in Traverse City Michigan, where she discovered her love for music making at the age of 12, when she migrated from Costa Rica. Her music is lively and different, ranging from cumbias and reggaeton, to waltzes and boleros, never losing the spontaneity of a tropical bird in the arid desert.