Estela García-López is a pastoral musician, composer and event presenter. She has worked in various bilingual parishes in Southern California as a music director, choir director, cantor, and chorister. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in music with an emphasis in voice from California State University, Los Angeles. Her beautiful alto voice is heard on many recordings published by OCP.
In both her career and her ministry, Estela is committed to enriching the liturgy, in both English and Spanish, through music. Currently, she is working as a Specialist of Music Development at OCP, and serves as music director for Hispanic Music Ministry at Ascension Church in Portland, Oregon.
Estela and her husband and frequent collaborator, Rodolfo López, have released an album titled Brille Tu Luz (En Medio de las Tinieblas) and Misa Santa Cecilia/Mass of St. Cecilia, a bilingual mass setting. Both works are published by OCP.
Rodolfo López is a talented musician, singer, composer, producer, and workshop clinician who believes in the power of music to change the world and to draw people more deeply into the liturgy. Having served for many years as director of music at parishes in California and Oregon, he is active as a songwriter, soloist and arranger for various events at the national and international level.
An accomplished guitarist, he is a graduate of California State University at Los Angeles (CSULA), where he completed a bachelor of music in composition.
Currently, Rodolfo is the music director at St. John the Baptist in Milwaukie, OR. Along with his wife, and frequent collaborator, Estela, Rodolfo has released the albums: Brille Tu Luz (En Medio de las Tinieblas) and Cristo No Tiene Pies en el Mundo (Solo los Tuyos), and Misa Santa Cecilia/Mass of St. Cecilia, a bilingual mass setting. All of these works are published by OCP.