Corinne Bach has been singing professionally since the age of 17 in musicals as well as pop, rock, and jazz bands, but soon thereafter discovered her passion and talent for classical and operatic singing. After receiving several awards and scholarships towards her music education, Miss Bach received her Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance and continued on for her Master of Music. Miss Bach has had the opportunity to sing many leading and principal roles and perform in numerous venues across the United States. She has won several vocal competitions, been the soprano soloist in various chorales, and has also premiered vocal works by up-and-coming composers. When Miss Bach is not traveling and performing, she enjoys teaching private voice, piano, and music lessons, directing theatre, and conducting show choirs. Miss Bach hails from Brooklyn, New York and currently resides in Tampa, Florida. Some of Corinne Bach’s credits include: La Bohème (Musetta); The Merry Wives of Windsor (Anne); Le Nozze di Figaro, directed by Anton Coppola (Barbarina); The Phantom of the Opera (Christine); South Pacific (Nellie); The First National Tour of The Music Man (Mrs. Mason, Marian); Sarah Brightman’s La Luna Tour.
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The Bach Studio's full-time voice and piano instructor, Miss Corinne Bach also directs youth theatre, show choirs, masterclasses, and workshops. She is a professional singer who has toured nationally and internationally, and in Tampa’s music community has performed principal roles with Opera Tampa under the direction of Maestro Anton Coppola, has sung with the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay, has worked with major choral directors including Robert Shaw and Jahja Ling, and has sung with such famed opera singers as Sherrill Milnes, Sarah Brightman, and Carla Wood