Belinda Munro is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, and motivational speaker who ignites the unspoken with her Powerful vocals, grace, poise, and dynamic presence. She first realized her love and passion for music while singing "The Lord's Prayer" in church at the tender age of 4. Since that day she has not put the Mic down and her career has been on a steady upward climb to success.
From performing at State Capitols to an array of National sporting events, charities, fundraisers, international festivals, shows and competitions, Belinda has built a great international career.
Her voice has taken her across Canada, the U.S.A, the Caribbean and Europe, sharing stages with countless national and international artists. Recently, Belinda has taken the New York music scene by storm, performing at various venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Village Underground, the Groove, Ashford and Simpson's Sugar Bar, and the world famous Apollo Theater where she was an amateur night winner. Belinda's voice caught the attention of Celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelson and was asked to be the resident vocalist at his famed Harlem restaurant, Red Rooster.
Belinda founded I Am My Voice, INC, dedicated to empowering and mentoring women and young women in the music business through coaching and training the voice for the stage. Belinda's extensive knowledge and International performance experience is attributed to her studies with some of the world's finest vocal coaches, piano and voice training at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto and Graduate work in Music Business Management at New York University.
With all this experience under her belt, this future phenomenon is fast proving that she has what it takes to make it on an international scale.
Kafur Farrell and Theodore Gentry who have vocally coached Belinda and fellow Canadian artist Deborah Cox, have been very impressed by Belinda's vocal energy and ability.
"Her vocals and songwriting ability will capture the passion of your heart," says Farrell.
From Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone and Stevie Wonder, to Barbara Streisand, Eric Clapton, Miles Davis, and Donny Hathaway, these artists and their styles have all contributed to molding Belinda into the artist she is today.
When not working on her own career, Belinda enjoys traveling, working out, and using her voice to bring joy to the children in local hospitals, schools, religious organizations, and performing arts institutions.
She is the Co-Founder of Jazz Houston, an arts organization in Houston where she serves as the Director of Operations.
Belinda states, “My home is on stage. That's where I feel the most comfortable and connected to my audience. I want people to experience my music as I do, which is music that speaks to the heart and feeds the soul."