Gloria Bangiola is a professional singer, actor, and teacher based in Brooklyn. She recently debuted her cabaret Back To School, a cabaret about her life as a performer and teacher in New York City.
Gloria made her feature film debut in the dark comedy Glue Trap, which premiered at Dances with Films this June. Gloria’s performance as Eliza was hailed as “annoyingly perfect”. On stage, Gloria has portrayed, Portia and the Soothsayer in Julius Caesar, Gwen in Planned Obsolescence, and The Waitress in Make Her Happen, making her debut at NYC’s Symphony Space.
Gloria is a founding member of The New York Philharmonic Chorus and Vocala Ensemble of North NJ and a proud member of AEA and AGMA. She began her career in New York at The Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College (MM ’18) where she debuted the role of President Wintergreen in Brooklyn Baby, a political satire based on Gershwin’s review, Let ‘Em Eat Cake. She has performed various operatic roles including Adina in L’Elisir d’Amore and Papagena in The Magic Flute.
She has written, produced, and performed two full-length albums, Past the Willow and the Well and Fool’s Gold, both available on Spotify and Bandcamp.
Gloria teaches private acting and voice to students of all ages. She has 9 years of professional teaching experience in a variety of arenas, from the Bronx public schools to The Washington Heights Choir School, where she was the artistic director for three and a half years.
- Off Broadway
- Community Theatre
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Master’s Degree
- NYC/Tri-State Area
- LA/Southern California
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- Vocal Director and/or Choral Prep
- Music Assistant
- Vocal Arranger
- Classroom Music Teacher
- Voice Teacher (Private Studio)
- Voice Teacher (Educational Institution)
- Guitar - acoustic
- Clarinet (Eb)
- ACTORS EQUITY ASSOCIATION (AEA)