Ana María Ruimonte is a lyric soprano born in Madrid, Spain, and naturalized American citizenship in 2017. She began the study of classical ballet when she was 5, ignating her interest in piano and classical music. She graduated in the Escuela Superior de Canto of Madrid in 2006. She worked at the Coro del Teatro Real and at the Coro y Orquesta Nacional de España, and sang for the Spanish King and Queen and for Nelson Mandela. She performed the principal role of the zarzuela Maravilla under the direction of Ana María Iriarte at El Retiro in Madrid. She was finalist of the Giordano competition in Italy in 2013. She recorded several CDs such as Arded, Corazón, Arded, with Juan Carlos de Mulder and Adam Hunter, The Soul and Life of a Woman with Laurie Rogers, Rosas para Lecuona with Huberal Herrera, Sencillamente Martí with contemporary music by Aurelio de la Vega. She wrote the multimedia bilingual theater spectacle with puppets and songs, set in the 17th Century in Spain and titled El Carro del Amor, presented in Spain, Philadelphia, at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. and Havana. In 2016, Ana María met the maestro pianist Huberal Herrera at Havana and they started a superior artistic collaboration with concerts, recording of CDs and tours in Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Matanzas, Cienfuegos, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. They appeared together on TV and radio interviews and in articles in the press to present their musical projects. Ana María presented the series Slavery, Miscegenation and Liberation in Philadelphia. She also performed at the Festival de Música Contemporánea in Havana in 2019. Ana María and bassist Alan Lewine founded Soprano Meets Bass and performed in concert their programs 9 Centuries of music in About 1 Hour and Sephardic Treasures in Madrid, Sigüenza, Granada, Philadelphia, New York, New Mexico, Tel Aviv, Tucson, Ithaca, Pennsylvania, Havana, Belgium and Holland. The new CD Sephardic Treasures, recorded in Brooklyn, Spain and Israel, has just been released in July on the Ansonica label of Parma Records.