Former opera singer helps music students to discover their voices

Story posted March 14, 2016 in News by Natalie Vero

For Penn State students who have a love of music and singing, Don Marrazzo has open arms and the credentials to help them further explore their voices.

Marrazzo attended the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia for his undergrad and went on to study voice for three years in Amsterdam. After school he continued his vocal performance through the world of opera before realizing his passion to teach the music he was taught to sing.

As a candidate for the Masters in Fine Arts Voice Pedagogy for Musical Theatre and the Masters  of Music in Classical Voice Pedagogy, Marrazzo holds weekly lessons with students to help them find their voices and advise them with what he learned about voice over the years.

Marrazzo says he will be wrapping up his education at Penn State in May 2016.

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