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Birth name Catherine Ochoa
Also known as Cáthia
Born August 9, 1993
Bronx, New York, U.S.A
Genres Pop, Latin pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2013-present
Website cathiaofficial.com

Catherine Ochoa, or mononymously known as Cáthia is a Salvadoran American singer[when?] from Bronx, New York.

She rose to fame when she came in 13-16th place on the fourth season of the American version of reality television singing competition The Voice.[1]

Cáthia released her first single "Without You" produced by "Dante Lattanzi" of Caelum Music Production 47 days after her elimination on The Voice on June 24, 2013. Cáthia was the second Salvadoran American to participate on The Voice, after Adriana Louise who was on season three. Cáthia later participated in a reality television singing competition called "Yo Soy El Artista" (I Am The Artist) on Telemundo, where Cathia achieved a fourth place finish, becoming the second Salvadoran American ever to advance to the final stages of a Telemundo singing competition production after Allison Iraheta.

Early life (before The Voice)[edit]

Cáthia is first generation of Salvadorian American who was born in The Bronx, borough of New York City, New York, to parents who immigrated from El Salvador. She attended high school at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, in New York City's Manhattan borough, where she learned opera.[2] She competed[when?] in an Apollo Theater Amateur Night advancing to the semi-finals. Cáthia's inspiration to make music was from her mother who created her own business which fueled Cáthia's interest of singing.

The Voice[edit]

Cáthia auditioned for The Voice earning a three-chair turn from Shakira, Usher and Blake Shelton. She chose Shakira as her coach. In the battle round, Cáthia lost to Mary Miranda but was stolen by Usher. She advanced through the knockouts beating Ryan Innes. In the Top 16 Cáthia was eliminated. She performed twice in the finale – first with Judith Hill, Sasha Allen and Karina Iglesias;[3] then with Michelle Chamuel, Josiah Hawley and VEDO.[4]

Performances and results[edit]

     - Studio version of performance reached the top 10 on iTunes
Stage Song Original Artist Date Order Result
Blind Audition "No Me Doy por Vencido" Luis Fonsi March 26, 2013 2.5 Shakira, Blake Shelton, and Usher turned
Joined Team Shakira
Battle Rounds "Antes de las Seis" (vs. Mary Miranda) Shakira April 23, 2013 10.6 Defeated
Stolen by Usher
Knockout Rounds "Mr. Know It All" (vs. Ryan Innes) Kelly Clarkson April 30, 2013 12.8 Saved by Coach
Live Playoffs "I Have Nothing" Whitney Houston May 6, 2013 14.4 Eliminated



Year Single Peak chart positions Sales
2013 "Without You"[5] TBD TBD TBD TBD

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