Belinda Corpuz (she/her) is a Filipina Canadian multidisciplinary artist: actor, singer, musician, composer, creator, based in Tkaronto (Toronto).
As an actor, Belinda has developed new Canadian works with Factory Theatre, Cahoots, Nightwood, Soulpepper, Studio 180, Bad Hats, fu-GEN, Ergo Arts, Carlos Bulosan Theatre (CBT) and Expect Theatre. She worked as assistant sound designer on four-time Dora nominated production, Eraser.
Selected Acting: All the Little Animals I Have Eaten (Nightwood), Lady Sunrise (Factory), Tita Jokes (Tita Collective), Hilot Means Healer (Cahoots/bcurrent), Prairie Nurse (Factory Theatre/Thousand Islands Playhouse/CBC Podcasts), Lola's Wake (Canadian Film Centre), Jezebel (Reel Asian International Film Festival).
Belinda is part of of award-winning all-Fillipina ensemble, Tita Collective. With the group, she has been featured on CBC, Spotify Canada, and has performed in the Next Stage Theatre Festival, Toronto Fringe, Toronto SketchFest (Producer's Pick), Montreal SketchFest (Best Newcomer), and at Second City's John Candy Box Theatre. Their musical revue, Tita Jokes, won many awards, including Patron's Pick (Tarragon Mainspace), and Second City's Outstanding New Comedy Award.
Belinda is represented by Chris Oldfield at Oldfield Management
Known for her versatility and lyrical sound, Belinda performs throughout Toronto at various venues with her band (self-titled), as well as the Element Choir, and other collaborative music & art multidisciplinary groups. Her newly released debut EP, All I Am, has garnered attention and radio-play across Canada, including an exclusive feature on CBC Radio’s Fresh Air. Her song “Waiting” was also featured on CBC Radio’s Metro Morning with Matt Galloway.
Belinda's voice and compositions have been featured on the last three albums of Toronto jazz ensemble, Collective Order. This past spring, her composition, I Hear You, co-written with Laura Swankey, was featured as part of the CWC's (Canadian Women Composers Project), two-show tour in Toronto and Guelph.
Belinda has performed in festivals and events around Ontario, including, both the Toronto and Waterloo Sofar Music Concert Series, Nuit Blanche - Toronto, the TD Toronto Jazz Festival, the Friday Night Performance Residency at the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Philippine National Day Celebration in Ottawa, at the special invitation of the Philippine Ambassador.
Belinda has worked and performed alongside acclaimed artists, including multiple projects with experimental vocalist and conductor Christine Duncan, including the soundtrack for the award-winning feature film The Witch, and Netflix's In the Tall Grass. With Duncan's improvising choir, The Element Choir, Belinda has performed with renowned Indigenous artist, Tanya Tagaq, at Massey Hall and the Great Hall, and recorded on her album, Retribution.
Belinda is an honours graduate of Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts - Voice Specialist, and an alumna of the University of Toronto - Faculty of Music, Jazz Studies, from which she holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance- Jazz Voice.