Ixya Herrera

Ixya Herrera
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CSUN alumna (Chicana/o Sudies) Ixya Herrera made her stage debut at the Tucson International Mariachi Conference singing duos with her idol, Linda Ronstadt. She has lectured on voice and Mexican song at music conservatories such as the Schwob School of Music in Columbus, Georgia and also at California State University, Northridge as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series. Ixya  is featured in a chapter of  Female Singers in Contemporary Global Context by Ruth Helier-Tinoco, a book on notable female vocalists from across the world. 

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