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Bilingual Narrator & Voice Talent


English & Spanish
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Commercial Demo - Aida Reluzco VO Demos
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Spanish/English, 1st Person Dialogue - Latinx Fiction
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Spanish/English, Non-Fiction - Memoir/Biography
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M-F Dialogue, 1st Person - YA Romance
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M-F Dialogue, Children, 3rd Person - YA Magical Realism
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3rd Person Narration - Contemporary Fiction
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1st Person Narration - YA Paranormal Fantasy
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Broadcast Quality Home Studio

Metro NY & Philly Area


Stellar X2 Microphone, Audient ID14, Reaper & Izotope Rx Standard, Punch & Roll, Studiobricks Booth





Male/Female Dialogue



Spanish (Fluent, Cuban)

French (Elementary)

Japanese (Beginner)


Valentina Ortiz (Romance)

Alchemy of a Blackbird

Claire McMillan

Six narrators add unique layers to this well-researched novel featuring Surrealist artist Remedios Varo, a refugee who is fleeing Europe during WWII. Each narrator takes on a different point of view. With her warm tone and rich timbre, Aida Reluzco sets a captivating mood in the chapters involving Remedios. Between each chapter, Erin deWard delivers a mesmerizing Tarot card reading that introduces the upcoming principal character. The narrators adopt the native accents of the various expatriate painters and art collectors who make up the novel. The overall effect of the Tarot card readings, myriad perspectives, and accents, along with Reluzco's rendering of Remedios, is positively entrancing. L.T. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2023]
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The Faraway World

Patricia Engel

Read by Gisela Chípe, Frankie Corzo, Inés del Castillo, Cynthia Farrell, Dominique Franceschi, George Newbern, Anthony Rey Perez, Aida Reluzco, Alejandra Reynoso, Gary Tiedemann, Patricia Engel

The author and an all-star ensemble of narrators perform this dazzling short story collection from Colombian American writer Patricia Engel. Each piece is performed by a different narrator, providing a unique voice for every story. In "Aida," Inés del Castillo's narration evokes the grief of a family whose daughter goes missing. Aida Reluzco keeps listeners spellbound with her performance of "Guapa," in which a Colombian immigrant often flies home for plastic surgery. Alejandra Reynoso perfectly embodies the voice of the protagonist of "Fausto," in which a young woman must decide between a life of crime with her beloved or staying with her father, who has been her whole world. Every story is a stunning gem, each perfectly crafted and expertly performed. K.D.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2023]
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Big Chicas Don't Cry

Annette Chavez Macias

Read by Vanessa Vasquez, Alessandra Manon, Aida Reluzco, Krysta Gonzales (as Dani Muñoz)

A supremely talented quartet of narrators will delight listeners with their vibrant and expressive voices. This addictive story follows four cousins who are navigating life as individuals and as part of a large Mexican American family. As children, they were very close, but family dynamics pushed them apart. Now, as adults, they wonder if they can be close again. All four women face challenges in their careers while trying to navigate their romantic relationships with men. Listeners will laugh, cry, and find themselves deeply invested in all four characters. The four narrators ably pronounce Spanish words, adding to the authenticity of this beautiful story. They excel as individuals but also as an ensemble, placing listeners right in the heart of this large, wonderful family. A.M. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2022]
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"...Moreno-Garcia is so deft at telling whirlwind stories while also presenting important social commentary. Aida Reluzco is an excellent narrator as well! Loved her narration style and tonal intonations."

Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Libro.FM Bookseller Recommendation

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Aida Reluzco arrived on the voice-over scene in 2018 as a multidisciplinary artist, bringing with her a background in the performing arts, classical art history, illustration, literature, poetry, and spoken word.

A New York native, LGBTQ activist, and bilingual Cuban American, Reluzco provides an authentic connection to the human condition from a queer Latinx perspective. 


Her portfolio includes work with Audible, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, Harper Audio, and Dreamscape Media, as well as commercial voice-over, e-learning and video game audio both under her own name, and romantic narration under the pseudonym Valentina Ortiz.

But also...

Reluzco is freakishly excited about animals. Like a lot. Super nuts. Make sure to hit her up with your favorite deep sea creature, and you'll have a friend for the rest of your life.

Did we mention she's neurodivergent? We didn't have to? It was obvious...? 

Fair. Send otter pics.

About Aida

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