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MARIBETH MUNDELL has been singing professionally since the age of 17, where she got her start as a pre-show performer at the Coachlight Dinner Theater in East Windsor, CT. Her styles range from Opera to Broadway, from rock to country, jazz to standards. Recent credits include the concert version of Philips Springer’s musical based on Chaim Potok’s “The Chosen” at Merkin Hall, soprano soloist for the New York Womens Choir, and select soprano for both the St. Patricks Cathedral Choir and the New York Symphony choir in New York City. She has performed in one-woman shows based on the music of Rosemary Clooney, Irving Berlin and Cole Porter, and was a soloist in a tribute to the Gershwins at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts center. In addition, she created the character of the daughter in Stephen Dickman’s “The Violin maker”, and was a featured soprano soloist with the Island Consort and Madrigal Singers.
Locally, Maribeth performs as a soloist as well as a member of The Sopranos, a standards-based womens’ duo, with guitarist Anthony LaScala of A& C Music Events, was a featured singer for The Contractors Band, whose music ranged from Motown to dance music of today. In 2010, she decided that she needed a change, and branched out into performing original music the Lesus Mor band, and has enjoyed it thoroughly ever since! She holds a B.A. with a focus in music from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY.
In addition, Maribeth teaches voice and dance, and works as a professional voice over artist.