Maria's performances include a diverse mix of contemporary opera, standard opera and music theater, singing such roles as La Perichole, Charlotte in Werther, Prince Orlofsky, Cherubino, Mother in Amahl and The Night Visitors and Mad Margaret in Ruddigore. Her 20th-century opera credits include the Telephone Supervisor in the premiere of Jack Beeson’s opera Sorry, Wrong Number, Mother/Allison in the stage premiere of Lee Hoiby’s This is the Rill Speaking, Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd and Dinah in Trouble In Tahiti. In oratorio, she has sung the alto solos in Vivaldi’s Gloria, Handel’s Messiah and Bach’s Magnificat, B-Minor Mass and his Cantatas 89 and 106. For the past 6 years Maria has taught voice at Kean University and has run the George London Foundation for Singers while singing with the New York Choral Artists in concerts for the New York Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic and the Mostly Mozart Festival. An avid outdoors person, she moved to Rhinebeck, NY this past summer to enjoy life outside the bustle of NYC. Maria has a Master’s degree in Music from Binghamton University.