"Changing The World 1Voice At a Time"


Bruce K. Suarez

Director of Operations for Orlando's Best


Bruce K. Suarez was born in Brooklyn, New York. From a young age, Bruce has always shown interest in music. At the age of 8, he was already playing his first instrument in church, the drums. After that he wasn't satisfied with only playing drums and began to show an interest in other instruments. Being taught by both his father, Carlos Suarez, and brother, Carlos Suarez, Jr., Bruce learned to play the guitar, bass, and finally, the piano. Today Bruce plays with many artists and has recorded in many different albums.

Melody Adorno

Orlando's Best, Season 1 Judge


Melody Adorno has been an active singer/ songwriter  for the last 7 years. She is an AMTC alumni, vocal coach and worship leader. She is currently studying  at southeastern university and was a part of SEU worship . While receiving  a higher education Melody has also had  the opportunity to release her own music and as well as travel and perform in different parts of Latin America and Europe.Through these experiences Melody has learned to sharpen her talents and gifts and use them to be a positive voice to other creatives and to seek out hidden potential.

Unike-Sahida Fermin

Orlando's Best, Season 1Judge

Meet Unike-Sahida Fermin. Her passion for dance can be traced back to high school, whether it was being part of the step team, salsa team, or even Bruce's church dance team, she was there. As she grew in age, she fervently continued investing in the craft and went on to take classes through the Valencia College Dance Program. In those 3 years she took ballet & modern dance. Modern dance truly won over her heart and was her favorite style to learn! She has had the blessing to work with students from ages 8 and up in different areas of dance, being ballet, modern, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, pantomime and so much more. Alongside many others, she has also had the opportunity to direct several musical theater pieces and productions. Those projects have broadened her abilities and have helped her advance. Unike-Sahida looks forward to investing in the souls that she encounters every day and see them blossom in their craft. What she loves most about dance is that it’s such a universal language and it can speak to anyone.

Iiann Robert

1VOICE™ Talent Show, Season 4 Judge

Born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Iiann started singing at a very young age. By the time he was 14 he was already involved in studio recording and traveling. Iiann is a singer-songwriter who has recorded various albums and has collaborated with both local and abroad artists. Throughout his career, Iiann has  traveled around the U.S, Central America, and Europe participating in different musical venues. Iiann took 5 years off where he studied at Syracuse University and graduated as a Engineer. Soon after, he returned back to his first love of music! He is currently the Director of Music Ministry at Living Word Church in Orlando, Florida.

Ndala M.G. Booker

Orlando's Best, Season 1 Judge

Hailing from Huntsville, Alabama, Ndala’s passion for music began at the age of two.  She began violin lessons at 7 years old, and continued to take lessons for the next 14 years. A member of the Huntsville Youth Orchestra for 9 years, she served as the concertmistress in both the intermediate and advanced orchestras, and played in a string trio, Das Drei Pfennig Trio, that performed all over town. At 13, she was invited to conduct the 60-voice Oakwood College Church Children’s Choir, and has conducted several other choirs since then. She was offered a music scholarship to attend Southern University in Collegedale, Tennessee, where her musical experience broadened, as she played fifth violin in the Southern University Symphony Orchestra, and conducted the University’s gospel choir. Her theater experience includes singing with the Huntsville Opera Theater in a performance of I’Pagliacci, a college performance of “Little Orphan Annie”, and in 2014, performed the lead role of Reno Sweeney in 10 performances of the Broadway acclaimed musical, “Anything Goes”, which was for her, a dream realized.  A talented singer and violinist, Ndala has performed in churches, civic centers, auditoriums and amphitheaters in England, Germany, Greece, Russia, Canada, the West Indies and all over the United States including Carnegie Hall. 

Tony LeBron

1VOICE™ Talent Show, Season 2-4 Host

Born in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, the 2nd of four children, Tony grew up in Orlando, Florida. He attended a small, Spanish church where he was introduced to the traditional music of his Puerto Rican heritage, music that would later impact his life so immensely. At the age of ten, Tony sang his first solo, "He's Still Working on Me" and by the age of 15, he was active in his church as a Worship Leader. Tony went on to pursue his music career by competing against thousands of contestants to win Gospel Music Channel's American Idol Style competition, Gospel Dream. To this day he has managed to have his own albums and record along side well-known artists.