NBC’s The Voice season 24 will introduce us to two talented contestants who share a connection to the Commonwealth. Among the pool of aspiring artists in season 24, there are two remarkable alumni from Berklee College of Music.
Berklee has proudly announced that Taylor Deneen, a graduate of the Class of 2021, and Claudia Swope, who completed her studies in the Class of 2019, are among the contestants.
Both Taylor and Claudia will showcase their vocal prowess in the blind auditions, which will be featured on the first two episodes of the new season airing on Monday and Tuesday. They’re vying for the coveted prizes of a cash reward and a recording contract.
“A singer, songwriter, and producer, Deneen majored in professional music and contemporary writing and production and started releasing original singles in 2020. Swope, who also majored in professional music, is a singer and keyboardist based in Nashville, and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry and on Fox 5′s Good Day DC,” the school shared regarding its alumni.
The Voice season 24 is scheduled to be broadcast on NBC at 8 p.m. EST on both Monday and Tuesday.