Carmen Marsico

“Carmen has a beautiful voice with a distinct sound and style… definitely unique! Her beautiful tone of which she has a superb command lends itself to challenging music that most singers could not perform successfully.”

- Lisa Thorson
Vocalist, composer and associate professor at Berklee College of Music

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Cadence Magazine February 2006 CD Review by Jerome Wilson Static, Bjorn Wennas

...Carmen Marsico carving out a rough beat on “Song 2”...“Ruby My Dear”.. is a delicate duet for Wennas’careful picking and Marsico’s strong but delicate voice.

FALUKURIREN September 9, 2005 Arts & Entertainment Static, Bjorn Wennas

Carmen Marsico...whose voice is often used as an instrument...Carmen Marsico’s version of Monk’s “Ruby My Dear” accompanied by Wennås’ tasty guitar is a standout.

AMG all music guide Summer 2005 CD Review by Scott Yanow Static, Bjorn Wennas

...The opening “Song 2” features some impressive wordless vocalizing by Carmen Marsico in the ensembles...”Ruby My Dear” (a duet between Marsico's voice and the leader's guitar) is the five selections that include Marsico and/or Grenadier..that are most exciting and adventurous

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South Boston, MA

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced students


Carmen is a graduate from Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory. She also completed the Somatic VoiceworkTM Level I and II. Carmen Teaches Privately in her home studio in Jamaica Plain, MA. She is also voice faculty at Noble and Greenough School as well as Sharon Music Academy.

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