Enjelique White is a classically trained pianist, singer-songwriter, producer, and composer from Miami Fl. Growing up as the only female of color in most piano competitions and master classes, she has been a role model and example to her peers.
At age 7 she was identified as a child prodigy and certified gifted with an IQ in the 98th percentile. She was discovered and trained with a Russian child prodigy teacher and was chosen to study with Harvard and Jullliard trained pianist and Founder of Ocala Piano Conservatory: Leslie Hammes. "Enjelique is really quite gifted... she has an excellent ear and natural touch." - Hammes.
She received superior ratings for original compositions and was the Florida State winner for Piano Solo at the Florida Federation of Music awards. She also had 5 consecutive years of Superior Plus scores and National Music Guild Superior Plus Scores for 10 piece program piano solos.
At the age of 13 Enjelique moved to Miami FL, where she studied under Jay Hess and received a piano Scholarship from the Hess Conservatory of Music. She was the winner of the Coral Gables Music Club Scholarship and the 1st Place winner, winning with a perfect score, at the University of Miami Youth Fair. In middle school she sang under Leslie Denning, a Grammy nomination classical vocal teacher and director, and received Superior Ratings from Florida Vocal Association in vocal performance. Her original song “Falling Apart ” was showcased and aired on national television.
For high school she was chosen to attend the esteemed performing arts school New World School of the Arts. Senior year she was the gold Medal Finalist for the NAACP ACT-SO/ Talent Olympics in Music Composition, Vocal Contemporary and Instrumental Contemporary.
For college Enjelique was a scholarship recipient to both Berklee College of Music for Piano and Vocal, and The New School for Contemporary Music. She took a gap year to work with industry professionals in New York, then returned to Florida to attend Florida Southern College and founded the first ever record label at FSC: SoCo Productions. She is now in Los Angeles to pass on the education she has been so thankful to have received all of her life. As well as lessons, she aspires to create a non-profit organization that allows underprivileged children to experience the magic and healing power of music.Click Here To Get Started
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