La Voz Peru

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La Voz Peru
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Genre Talent show
Created by John de Mol
Presented by Cristian Rivero (1–)
Jesús Alzamora (3–)
Diego Ubierna (1–2)
Judges Eva Ayllon (1–)
Alex Lora (3–)
Luis Enrique (3–)
Gianmarco (3–)
Jerry Rivera (1–2)
Kalimba (1–2)
Puma Rodríguez (1–2)
Country of origin Peru
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 3
Location(s) Lima, Peru
Running time 120 min.
Original network Frecuencia Latina
Original release 30 September (2013-09-30) – 20 December 2013 (2013-12-20)
Related shows The Voice (TV series)
The Voice Kids (Peru)
External links

La Voz is a Peruvian reality talent show that premiered on Frecuencia Latina in 2013. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, the series was created by Dutch television producer John de Mol.[1]


The voice format was devised by John de Mol, creator of Big Brother, and unlike other singing talent shows because only the voice potential will be evaluated without giving importance to physical appearance of the participants.

This is a foreign format, produced in different parts of the world with great success in 2011. Peru will voice a jury of four professionals who back the participants will hear them sing. When one of them like what they hear, the famous jury in question will press a button and your chair will turn, making it the "godfather" of the contestant.

The novelty of this show is the dynamics of the program. Unlike other contests of song, this version added an ingredient jurors, who will be four remain turned on during the performance of the participants. Thus, only from the voice, each judge will select what participants want for your team.

Thus, the contest will be divided into different phases: the instance of "blind" song, the selection and the duel between teams prepared for special galas shows and live performance.


The voice Peru is to choose between a group of contestants of different ages to those who stand out for their vocal qualities without its image influence the decision of the jury, composed of well-known artists who later directed their education. The purpose of this format is to try to find the best voice of Peru.

Blind Auditions

In the blind auditions each coach will choose his team of contestants using only the sense of hearing and unable to see them. With just one minute, the judge must decide whether it wants to the participant for his team or not. In the event that several judges wish the same contestant, the last word will the participant. Once formed the four teams, each judge will be responsible for train and so the format reaches the second phase.

Battle Round

In phase of Battles, each coach will face two or three participants from the same team, playing the same song. Both singers should shine in a duet or trio and the judge will decide which of the two is the winner of the duel, or if the judge is a trio elect two. The winners of these battles, will advance to the next stage. Thus, nine participants from each judge will hit solo live performances.

Sing Off

In Sing Off, Every coach must save six participants to send them directly to the live shows so that the three missing have to sing in front of the coach the song performed in blind auditions, this thus, the coach will save two and will have to eliminate the other in order to reach the live show with eight participants each team.

Live Shows

In the live shows, each coach will assess eight finalists in a week each, first will face four one save the coach and the rest will go to telephone vote, and the public will save one and the coach will save to another. After this dynamic again repeat that every coach has 4 participants. Fifth stage: In the end, they not only present songs, but each finalist will perform a duet with her coach. The final word will the public, which enshrine one of the four finalists in the voice Peru.

Coaches and hosts

On Saturday August 3, 2013 was released the official list of the four coaches of La Peru voice, the singer of Puerto Rican salsa Jerry Rivera, the Mexican pop singer Kalimba, Venezuelan singer Jose Luis Rodriguez "El Puma" and Peruvian singer Eva Ayllón.

On Monday August 10, 2015 was released the new official list of the four coaches of La Peru voice singer Nicaraguan salsa Luis Enrique, Mexican rock singer Alex Lora, the Peruvian singer Gianmarco and Peruvian singer Eva Ayllón.

Coaches Seasons
1 2 3
Eva Ayllón
Jerry Rivera
José Luis Rodríguez
Alex Lora
Luis Enrique

Coaches Teams

     – Winner
     – Runner-up
     – Third place
     – Fourth place
Eva Ayllón Jerry Rivera Kalimba José Luis Rodríguez
1 Javier Arias
Aldo Riccio
Stephanie Chaparro
Leo Rengifo
Karolina Cruz
Alejandra Alfaro
Jeremy Gómez
Cielo Torres
Michael Abanto
Fico Mau
Claudio Urrutia
Silvana Del Campo
Daniel Lazo
Alejandro Guerrero
Claudia Serpa
Jhonatan Sánchez
2 Ronald Arteta
Noelia Calle
Maricruz Bisso
Raúl Fernandez
Rubi Palomino
Glenizaida Almánzar
Renzo Vásquez
Gabriela Zambrano
Teresa Medrano
Miguel Laporte
Álvaro Rivera
Angélica Pineda
Martin Tremolada
Juliana Molina
José Gaona
Cristian Tasilla
Eva Ayllón Luis Enrique Alex Lora Gianmarco
3 Jair Mendoza
Ángela Begazo
Robinson Vidal
Pamela Abanto
Jairo Tafur
Roberto Herrera
Cedric Vidal
Kate Higa
Yamilet de la Jara
Franco Cáceres
Steph Red
Jefferson Tadeo
Susan Ochoa
Diego Chavez
Luis Alcazar
Grecia Cadillo

Season summary

Colour key

Season Premiere Finale Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place Winning coach Presenter Coaches (order)
1 2 3 4
1 September 30, 2013 December 20, 2013 Daniel Lazo Javier Arias Michael Abanto Karolina Cruz José Luis Rodríguez Cristian Rivero
Diego Ubierna
Eva Jerry Kalimba José
2 September 23, 2014 December 19, 2014 Ruby Palomino Martin Tremolada Teresa Medrano Ronald Arteta Jerry Rivera
3 September 27, 2015 December 18, 2015 Yamilet de la Jara Susan Ochoa Jairo Tafur Jair Mendoza Alex Lora Cristian Rivero
Jesús Alzamora
Luis Alex Gian Marco


  1. ^ Morabito, Andrea (February 28, 2011). "Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine Named Coaches of 'The Voice'". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved April 2, 2011. 
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