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Marisa Buchheit, Soprano / Press

“A special treat awaited both skaters and musicians. Miss Chicago 2012, Marisa Buchheit lent her vocal talents to A Night to Remember. Her beautiful soprano voice complimented the skating performances perfectly.”

“If Bob Dylan were a female living in 2012, he would probably sound something like Mari Therese: yes, she’s that good.”

“In addition to competing for the Miss America Scholarship titles, Marisa is also a soprano, gracing audiences with her voice across Chicago and the Midwest... Her charisma, grace, and beauty are but a piece of the marvel that is the former Miss Chicago 2012 and the current reigning pageant idol.”

“Beautiful, charismatic, and a soprano, Marisa Buchheit is a Jacqueline of all trades. In October 2012, Buchheit brought soul, energy, and style to the Fashion of the Opera event at the Intercontinental Hotel on the Mag Mile. An avid runner and committed vegan, Marisa is passionate about health, wellness, and philanthropy.”

“Upon arriving to the Old Town School of Folk Music, a wonderful group of eager attendees waited to get a glimpse of Ani, Ian, and Marisa Buchheit, our current Miss Chicago 2012 and one of the most talented and beautiful sopranos Le Prestige du Monde has seen.”

“Buchheit wowed the crowd with her ingenue voice. Carol Ruiz, who held hands with her husband through the entire performance, had tears in her eyes when Buchheit sang “If I Loved You” from the musical “Carousel.” After the performance, Ruiz told Buchheit she understood Czech, and asked if she knew the language, since she sang it so well.”

“The chief star was the Zerlina, Miss Chicago 2012. And she was no doubt a worthy winner. But she can sing and perform too. This is Marisa Buchheit – not just a pretty face though she has certainly that as well.”