This week’s installment of American Idol season 21 will feature numerous performers who will display their skills in order to advance in the battle. Alessandra Aguirre, who is initially from Peru, is one of the candidates scheduled to appear in Sunday’s show.
The following is the summary for the forthcoming episode:
“In New Orleans, Las Vegas, and Nashville, hopefuls tryout for the judges.”
Watch her tryout as part of the forthcoming program on ABC on Sunday, February 26 at 8 p.m. ET.
Welcome Alessandra Aguirre, who will compete on American Idol season 21.
Alessandra Aguirre, the future American Idol season 21 candidate, presently resides in Boston, Massachusetts, but is actually from Peru, where she was born and reared. The vocalist is a Berklee College of Music student who has been studying music performance at the degree level since 2020 and will finish in 2024. While in college, she is also learning music management and music creation in addition to her degree.
Alessandra is no novice to singing in front of an audience, as she does shows and concerts on a regular basis, including one of her most recent performances on January 18, 2023, at the Tierra Baldia Cultural Association, which she describes as a night of laughing, music, joy, and love. She shared her experience on Facebook, saying she was thankful to everyone who attended and those who offered her unwavering support.
She went on to say:
“A night filled with laughter, music, games, and love Thank you to everyone who came to this incredible performance; my family, relatives, neighbors, special performers, admirers… I couldn’t be more thankful to each of you. Thank you for your unwavering support over the years, and thank you for your encouraging remarks.”
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The American Idol season 21 contestant recently published her Album, Call Out My Name, which included four songs: Inform Me, Leave Baby Please, every day, and Call Out My Name. Alessandra was recently highlighted on Elcomercio.pe after her single “Every time” gained popularity. In the conversation, she mentioned that she is already planning additional drops for Moncho Berry as part of an EP.
“I already have more tracks written in both Spanish and English.”
She also discussed her single, every day, whose video is set in the 1970s. Her idea for the tune was always “vintage,” she said. The American Idol season 21 song admires and takes influence from musicians such as Queen, Pink Floyd, and Michael Jackson. Her compositions are described as “disco and groove with a contemporary twist” by a former Peruvian Got Talent competitor.
She went on to say:
“The base propels the entire rhythm, which is infused with some computerized subtleties. Because I listen to a wide variety of music, it has always been challenging for me to identify with a particular category. I enjoy going on adventures.”
Alessandra and several other singers will perform on Sunday’s broadcast of American Idol. Watch her act on ABC on Sunday, February 26 at 8 p.m. ET.