Ann Marie Falcone
Ann Marie Falcone is a performing composer, writer, and teacher. She creates art songs, opera, instrumental music, music for orchestra, experimental works, essays, and produces video, recordings, and concerts with hope to share something beneficial for the world. In her early years, she was selected to sing in the Children's Bach Choir of Bethlehem, PA, was cast in various musicals, and played clarinet in pit orchestras. As an adult, she sang as soprano section leader and soloist at Euclid Avenue Congregational Church for six years, as a chorister with Opera Circle, and as a soprano in CityMusic Cleveland Orchestra's project of Verdi's Requiem. With clarinet, she performed in the Catalina Chamber Orchestra and Youngstown Symphonies and gave numerous concerts.
She earned a B.M. from Northwestern University, an M.M. from The University of Arizona, where she was a teaching assistant, took vocal pedagogy at Malone College, and completed an M.F.A. in Creative Writing in nonfiction with accents in fiction and publishing at Chatham University. Having taken and given numerous years of private voice, clarinet, and piano lessons, Ann Marie understands the beauty of the development of an artist's life.
There are some videos of her compositions at her YouTube and Public Facebook Pages as well as recordings on her website at the Art Songs, Clarinet Performances, and Student Performances Pages.
- NYC/Tri-State Area
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- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Theatrical Bookwriter
- Instrumentalist/Pit Musician
- Music Copyist
- Music Transcriber
- Voice Teacher (Private Studio)