"Marilyn Moore will present an electic program of classical works and popular songs, mixing her love of the classical and the comptemporary."
Marilyn Moore, soprano, has been highly praised by international critics and is rapidly emerging as one of today’s versatile interpreters in opera, oratorio and concert repertory. Her career has taken her to the world’s great opera houses and concert halls – from Carnegie Hall to the Kennedy Center. Her operatic appearances include engagements with The New York City Opera, Michigan Opera Theater, The Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), the Philadelphia Opera Company and Opera Ebony. Orchestral engagements include performances with The National Symphony, The Charlotte Symphony, The Piedmont Triad Symphony, The Ohio Valley Symphony and the Philadelphia (Philly) Pops Orchestra with Peter Nero.
Equally committed to the oratorio, chamber music and song recital literature, Ms. Moore revels in a richly varied repertoire that includes solos appearances with The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, Princeton Pro Musica, The New York Choral Society, The Cathedral Choral Society of Washington, DC, The American Repertory Ballet Company, The Philadelphia Singers and the Oratorio Society of Charlotte (North Carolina).
Recent engagements include a radio broadcast of Jack Heggie’s The Deepest Desire and John Carter’s Cantata in Washington, DC., a solos recital as part of the Smithsonian Institute’s Steinway Recital Series, soloist in a concert version of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess the Shanghai Broadcasting Orchestra as part of the Beijing Music Festival in Shanghai and Beijing (China), Mozart’s Grand Mass in C Minor at the Chartres Cathedral in France, Dvorak’s Te Deum with The New York Choral Society at Carnegie Hall and Orff’s Carmina Burana with The Charlotte Symphony and The North Carolina Dance Theater.
Ms. Moore is a native of Brunswick, Georgia where she began her musical journey. She is a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey with advanced studies at Temple University and The Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is the recipient of numerous awards, which include prizes in the Metropolitan Opera Eastern Regional Auditions and the Pavarotti Vocal Competition. Ms. Moore is on the voice faculty at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC and Delaware State University in Dover, Delaware.