Lori Marino

Style: World; Pop; Opera; Jazz; Folk; Gospel; Rock; Classical; Musical Theatre


Title: Voice Instructor/Affiliate Artist & Licensed K-12 Music Ed.

Bio: Lori Marino is a mezzo-soprano who resides in the greater Burlington area of Vermont. Lori was last heard in June 2023 in Opera Company of Middlebury’s performance of Fidelio. In addition to her work on stage and as a concert and oratorio soloist, Lori has sung with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra Chorus and worked extensively as a professional cantor. While the majority of her work as a professional singer is classical in focus, Lori has a passion for all styles of singing. She has appeared in musical theatre and cabaret performances, fronted for a jazz quintet, performed as a lead singer for an R & B band. Lori earned her Master of Voice Pedagogy degree from Westminster Choir College, working under the tutelage of Dr. Christopher Arneson and Dr. Kathy Price. She earned her undergraduate degree in vocal performance from the Ithaca College School of Music where she studied with Trish McCaffrey and Amy Zorn. Additionally she spent several years pursuing her career and studying Alan Bowers in New York. Ms. Marino is member of the University of Vermont voice faculty. She is the current District Governor for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), Granite State Chapter of Vermont and New Hampshire. Lori holds a Vermont State Teaching license for grades PK-12, with an endorsement in music education. She currently teaches general music to middle grade level and Kindergarten students in the public school setting. Lori is a long standing member of National Association for Music Education and the Vermont Music Educators Association (VMEA). As a private teacher, Lori believes that each student who walks into her studio brings with them distinct skills, abilities, knowledge and cultural context. Her students have graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and toured the world with the National Children’s Choir. They have successfully auditioned into the ACDA Honor, All-District and All-State Choirs and have obtained roles with community and school theatre programs. Ms. Marino’s students include the VMEA All-State Vocal Music Scholarship award winner and have been accepted into distinguished programs of study including Manhattan School of Music, Peabody Conservatory, New England Conservatory, Westminster Choir College and Ithaca College.

Voice Type: Mezzo-soprano

Music Styles Taught: World; Pop; Opera; Jazz; Folk; Gospel; Rock; Classical; Musical Theatre

Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I accept students through a college or university program

Contact Information


160 Harte Circle
Williston, VT
USA 05495

MOBILE: 802-735-7385

E-mail: lorimarinomusicstudio@gmail.com

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