I’ve often said that one of the most pleasant surprises for Rosi and me when we shifted from full-time music to full-time voiceover was the amazingly supportive community we discovered. Largely as a result of the Faffcon un-conferences we’ve attended almost yearly for several years, we’ve been welcomed into a tribe of professional voice actors who constantly go out of their way to help each other.… Continue Reading →
Real life stories about Latino immigrants, inspiring first person accounts, the story of César Chávez, and poems authored by iconic Hispanic writers, poets and thinkers.
That’s what BookheadEd Learning approached Brian and me about recently. The company creates an award-winning web-delivered product (called StudySync), to improve reading, writing, and critical thinking with award-winning lessons aligned to the Common Core Standards for grades 4-12 in the U.S.… Continue Reading →
Anybody who knows Rosi and me knows that we were performing musicians long before we embarked on our voiceover career. This year, in fact, we’ll celebrate 20 years with our current ensemble, Sol y Canto (www.solycanto.com) and 30 years that Rosi and I have performed Latin music together. With such longevity in our musical endeavors, why the switch to voiceover?… Continue Reading →
Teenage voice actor Sonia’s latest bilingual Spanish and English Voiceover Demo, including children’s, teenage and young adult voiceovers. Check it out!
Defending women’s rights and empowering women are missions I strongly believe in that took flight during my life-changing days at Bryn Mawr College, so it was such an honor for me to voice for L’Oreal Paris all of last year. Every Wednesday, I had the pleasure of recording bilingual overdubs in English and Spanish for L’Oreal’s weekly international podcast series featuring the voices of their leaders from around the globe.… Continue Reading →
It’s that time of year again! Christmas trees. Bells ringing at shopping malls. Children sitting on Santa’s lap. Non-stop Christmas carols, from the classic to the bombastic. And of course, a relatively new annual tradition: the call to arms in the “WAR AGAINST CHRISTMAS!” We’re told that if someone wishes you a “Happy Holiday,” it’s because they’re trying to kill Christmas.… Continue Reading →
Before I fell in love with a Puerto Rican girl, I had little idea of what the food from that island was like. Soon after Rosi and I started going out, she told me how much she loved eating yuca. The idea seemed strange to me. I assumed she was using the Spanish word for yucca, the state flower of New Mexico, where I grew up.… Continue Reading →
Interview by Lin Parkin
If there’s one thing that most working mothers share in common, it’s the desire to balance work life and home life. Achieving that elusive goal of fulfilling your calling as a parent as well following your passions and career choices can feel like the Holy Grail.… Continue Reading →
Rosi Amador is Selected as Narrator for U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ Healthcare 411 en la Radio
Through a highly competitive audition process, Rosi was selected as the new female narrator of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ weekly news series called Health Care 411. … Continue Reading →
WINNER 2010 Notable Children’s Recordings” Narration: Rosi & Brian Amador ~ Original Compositions: Brian Amador
“A comical takeoff on the familiar Little Red Hen story, this upbeat read-along is brought vividly to life through Brian and Rosi Amador’s tandem narration. There is so much to enjoy here: the familiar motif of three friends who can’t be bothered to help industrious Iguana prepare for a fiesta, a southwestern desert setting, Spanish words sprinkled throughout, and a creative and positive ending.… Continue Reading →