Kristin Corpuz is a musician and editorial writer from Tampa, FL, now based in Los Angeles, and she currently works as a Lifestyle Staff Writer for Elite Daily. She also regularly contributes to a number of other publications, including Teen Vogue, The Zoe Report, Elle, Bustle, Glamour, Billboard, Allure, HelloGiggles, INSIDER, Business Insider, and more (visit her writing page for more info). Kristin also contributes to and ghost writes for various brand and influencer blogs, including Nudestix, The Sunday Edit by Sunday Riley, and Glow Recipe. She previously worked in the Charts Department at Billboard and served as a Music Business Associate for The Webman Group, a music publishing company based in New York City.
Through her editorial work, Kristin has traveled to 20 countries, and has covered both New York Fashion Week and Paris Haute Couture Week. She has interviewed a number of notable celebrities, including Shonda Rhimes, Jen Atkin, Bebe Rexha, Steve Madden, Wu-Tang Clan, JonBoy, and many others. She has been invited to speak about her work at Berklee College of Music functions nationwide, and was the keynote speaker for the Music Business department’s 2018 autumn affair and orientation.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music as one of their seven Presidential Scholars for the entering class of 2013, and was a voice principal double majoring in Music Business/Management and Professional Music (concentrations in Performance and Songwriting).
As a performer, Kristin has sang the National Anthem for the New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays, & Toronto Blue Jays (MLB), and the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL). She also advanced to the Hollywood Week round of American Idol: Season 11. Kristin has performed at various venues nationwide, including a solo show at the prestigious 54 Below in New York City, Birdland Jazz Club, and the House of Blues (Boston), and in numerous concerts including High School Musical: The Tour and Making Magic, Defying Gravity (with the First National Tour of Wicked). She also toured the New England area with a cover band called Groovin' You (represented by the prestigious Wilson-Stevens Productions agency) as their lead vocalist. She was awarded an honorary degree from the Springfield International School of Novaliches in Quezon City, Manila, Philippines for her musical work.
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