Apryle Dalmacio is a multi-award-winning Singer, Songwriter, and Guitarist from Riverside, California who has captivated the hearts of listeners around the world with her dynamic vocals, expressive performances, and relatable lyrics for over 10 years. She has been a contestant for ABC’s American Idol, NBC’s The Voice, Sing-Off & Songland. Dalmacio's accomplishments have been admired on several levels including commendation from Senator Connie Leyva, Peter Cetera, AC/DC, and Bill Gates.

Dalmacio was born a singer and began her passion for singing in elementary school choir. At age 13, she taught herself how to play guitar and began sharing her songwriting skills in Middle School Choir. She continued her music studies in high school under the direction of Mrs. Melva Morrison, where she was highly involved in the music department as a Student Director of the Jurupa Valley Chamber Singers and participated in All State Honor Choir. Dalmacio continued her music education at Cal State San Bernardino, where she studied Intermediate Piano, Chamber Singers, and Vocal Jazz under the direction of Dr. Eva Mae Pisciotta. In 2010, Dalmacio earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Media Communications with an emphasis in Radio and Television, applying her music studies into the entertainment industry.

In 2011, Dalmacio released her first EP Fairytale, and was signed to Jamboe Entertainment, giving her music the opportunity to be heard by millions of people a day in retail chains, restaurants and hotels worldwide. With her self-titled full-length album release in 2014, Dalmacio set Tour around the world. She continues to share her original songs with her most recent album, Among the Stars, released November 2019, expressing some of the deepest and darkest events in her personal life.

Dalmacio performs her originals, as well as covers with a percussion twist, at corporate celebrations, private parties, and exclusive celebrity events across Southern California. In addition, she is significantly involved with her local community, sharing her talents at small businesses, street fairs, and city events; while humbly devoting her time to charities for the Homeless, Domestic Violence, Cancer Programs, and Maternal Health Care.

Awards: 2020 Masks are Medicine Lyrical Artwork, 2016 The Akademia Award's Best Folk/Pop Song, 2013 Tawag Ng Tanghalan Finalist, 2011 Riverside Idol Finalist, 2010 Lemon Festival Finalist, 2009 Inland Empire Music Award’s Best Female Artist, 2009 Inland Empire Music Award's Best Country Artist, 2008 Nominated Inland Empire Music Award's Best Pop/Rock