Voice – Juliana M. Marin is an emerging artist and voice teacher in the Baltimore area. In 2007, she graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and in 2010, she graduated from The Peabody Conservatory with a Master of Music in Vocal Performance. While at Towson she performed the role of Pamina in Mozart’s, The Magic Flute and at Peabody she played Clorinda in the Opera Department’s Opera Potpourri. Miss Marin also had a featured role in the Opera Etudes program which featured new works by student composers. In the summer of 2009, she performed the title role in Puccini’s, Suor Angelica with the Little Patuxent Opera Institute of Howard Community College and in the summer of 2010 she played La Fée (the Fairy Godmother) in a production of Pauline Viardot’s, Cendrillon(Cinderella) with the Baltimore Vocal Arts Foundation. While at Towson University, she received the Music Department Talent Award and was the first-place winner of the Dr. Sydney Lieberman Music Competition. In 2009, she was awarded a Peabody Career Development Grant. She has previously been the music director of a production of Jason Robert Brown’s, Parade with Wildwood Summer Theatre in Bethesda, MD. Most recently, she had the pleasure of music directing Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Drama Learning Center in Columbia, MD. She sings locally as a soprano soloist for Roland Park Presbyterian Church and along with the Maryland Performing Arts Institute at Towson University, she is a voice instructor at Roland Park Country School. When Miss Marin is not singing, she can be found decorating, cooking or playing Mario Kart for Nintendo Wii.