With their angelic harmony and wide variety of musical selections, Hope’s Angels are quickly making their name in Cape May County and proving to be an act that you cannot miss.
This all-new music group will delight your ears with their heavenly vocals – a perfect blend of the three girls that make up the group. Comprised of Leah Digham, 14, Nijah Dupree, 15, and Maria Leonetti, 15, the girls have been performing together over the past year all throughout Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.
The group began a year ago with just Maria as she graduated from the eighth grade; Maria had been performing in years prior and wanted to take it to the next level. With the help of Hope Catarro, Manager with over 20 years in the music industry, the two were able to create the beginnings of the group. The other members, each with their own extensive background in performing, joined over the year and have only added to what the group produces today.
Part of the girls appeal is that they entertain different audiences and sing hits that everyone can enjoy and connect with. The group performs a wide variety of music from classics to the popular top-40 of today and puts their own spin on it. At their performances, you can expect to be entertained and engaged. Joining the three girls on stage are Juliana Malusa, 14 and Julia Catarro, 14 as back-up dancers, helping to get audiences on their feet and adding to the experience.
When the girls aren’t performing, they are hard at work attending high school around the area as well as preparing to record their first original song and music video at Right Touch Studios in Northfield. In addition, their exceptional blend of vocals can be credited to their vocal coach Sal Dupree. Their outstanding choreography can be attributed to Chiquita Anderson and Kamilah Cobbs, founders of Monarch School of Dance.
This summer you can find Hope’s Angels performing at various events throughout Wildwood, particularly Tavern by the Bay each Wednesday from 7 to 9pm. On September 6th, stop by Ocean Avenue between Burk and Montgomery Avenues for a performance at the Wildwood Block Party.