Born and raised in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Maria Rosé always knew music was her true love and passion. Singing was the one thing that made sense and came natural. Growing up with a super supportive family, she was the youngest to ever take vocal lessons at Moravian College at the age of eight years old. Around the same time, she started piano lessons. From there, Maria Rosé tried to do everything she could to be involved in music by writing, singing the national anthem for the Iron Pigs, joining choirs, and auditioning for numerous TV shows.
Ms. Rosé graduated from Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Performing Arts as a vocal and piano major. She attended the college of her dreams, Berklee College of Music, and graduated summa sum laude in 2016 with a BA in Songwriting. Since then, she has been playing music festivals, gigging around the area, and working with the best producers in LA to get her music heard.
Maria Rose’s debut EP, Hope This Helps, is about the heartbreaks and heartaches of a twenty-something year old. She’s ready for the world to hear her R&B influenced pop sound. “We’re all honestly figuring out this thing called life as we go. I spent most of it trying to be what others wanted me to be and sound like. This EP symbolizes my truth and I hope it helps others discover theirs.”