Marishka Wierzbicki

Individualized Voice Lessons - BFA Musical Theater

Marishka Wierzbicki received her BFA in Vocal Performance from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from The New England Conservatory of Music. Related certifications include Linklater, Alexander, and Lessac-Madsen Resonant Voice Therapy. She also has extensive dance training with The Robert Joffrey Ballet. She has been on the faculty of C.A.P. 21, The Conservatory of Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Center, Manhattan School of Music Summer Voice Festival, Intermezzo Young Artist Program in Portland, and Elardo Young Artists Program in Brugge, Belgium. Last summer she was appointed artistic director of The Siena Music Festival, an annual opera/musical theatre intensive in Siena, Italy. A composition student of Virgil Thomson, she wrote the musical score for the play, “John Brown’s Body”. Presently, she is also on the faculty of The Hartt School, as well as being an associate teacher at Liz Caplan Studios in New York. She has performed 18 principle roles in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Marishka is proud to be a coal miner’s daughter from the green rolling hills of West Virginia.