Marilyn Moore, (B.M. Westminster Choir College, advanced graduate studies at Temple University and The Academy of Vocal Arts) soprano, has been highly praised by international critics and is one of today’s versatile interpreters in opera, oratorio, musical theater 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. Operatic appearances include engagements with New York City Opera, Michigan Opera Theater, Opera Ebony, The Philadelphia Opera Company and The Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Orchestral engagements include performances with The National Symphony, The Charlotte Symphony, and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops Orchestra. Equally committed to the oratorio, chamber music and song recital literature, Ms. Moore revels in a richly varied repertoire that includes solo appearances with The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., Princeton Pro Musica, The Cathedral Choral Society of Washington, D.C., The Thomas Circle Singers, the American Repertory Ballet and The New York Choral Society. She made her Carnegie Hall debut with The New York Choral Society in Dvorák”s Te Deum. Recent engagements include a radio broadcast of Jake Heggie’s The Deepest Desire, Merkin Hall debut recital, a recital presented by the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Steinway Series, a concert version of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess in Lithuania and with The Shanghai Broadcasting Orchestra as part of the Beijing Music Festival in Shanghai and Beijing (China), Mozart’s Grand Mass in C Minor with The New York Choral Society at the Chartres Cathedral and the Flâneries Musicales d’Ete. The role of Monisha with the Washington Savoyards, a Jazz concert as part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Steinway Series and a cabaret performance as part of Levine Music’s Recital Series.
Ms. Moore is the recipient of numerous awards that include prizes in the Metropolitan Opera Regional Auditions and The Pavarotti Vocal Competition. Ms. Moore has taught at Morgan State University, Delaware State University and is currently on the Faculty of Levine Music in Washington, D.C.