I'm an operatic bass-baritone, finishing up his bachelor's studies at Kennesaw State University and preparing for Graduate school. I am open to performing most musical art forms like opera, musicals, gospel, etc.
Price Range: $100 and up
Timothy Marshall is a current student at Kennesaw State University studying Music Performance with a voice concentration. Marshall is currently studying voice with Bass-Baritone Dr. Oral Moses. During his time at Kennesaw State, Marshall placed first in the Georgia NATS competition and has had many performance opportunities.He has performed in masterclasses for world artist such as Baritone Sherrill Milnes, Tenor Jason Ferrante, Bass-Baritone Jerry Welsh, and Soprano Caroline Thomas. He is currently a paid intern at the Roswell Presbyterian Church in Roswell, Georgia where he has sung as a soloist and conducted the choir. Marshall attended in the summer of 2015, the Texas Music Festival Le Chiavi: Bel Canto Institute at Univerity of Houston.
While in the music program at Kennesaw State University School of Music, Timothy Marshall has performed in operas ranging from Mozart to American composer Pasatieri. Marshall has performed roles such as Private Willis in Gilbert and Sullivan's Iolanthe, Papageno in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte, and Tom Carter in The Hotel Casablanca. Marshall in the Spring of 2014 was a featured soloist in Johann A. Hasse's Laudate Coeli Dominum performed with the Kennesaw State University Chorale and Philharmonic Orchestra. Marshall, in the Fall of 2014, was also a featured soloist in the Georgia premiere of Raymond Santos-Torres Requiem performed with North Forsyth High School Choirs.
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