Mariana Corichi Gomez
Mariana is a conductor, vocalist, and composer from Morelia, Mexico. In 2021, Mariana joined as staff in Princeton University’s Music Department, where she will launch and lead a choral ensemble dedicated to Latin American and Spanish repertoire, in addition to directing the Trenton Youth Singers as part of Trenton Arts Princeton. A recent graduate from Princeton University, Mariana majored in Music with concentrations in choral/orchestral conducting, Latino studies, and Music Theater. For three years, she served as Conductor of Princeton Camerata, a chamber orchestra dedicated to new orchestral repertoire. As a singer, Mariana had the pleasure of performing with the prestigious choir, Tenebrae, as part of their Russian Treasures program. Recently, Mariana presented her original song cycle, La Casa del Arbol: An Immigrant’s Story of Loss and Forgiveness as her senior thesis, for which she received the top academic prize in the arts: The Louis Sudler Prize Mariana has conducted multiple choral ensembles both at school and abroad, including a performance with the Princeton Glee Club in Centro Ollin Yoliztli, Mexico City. During the summers, she has worked as a Teaching Artist at the Yale School of Music, Music in School’s Initiative, and has studied conducting at Curtis Summerfest and Miami Music Festival.
- D.C./Baltimore Area
Interested in touring?
- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Music Director/Conductor (Not Pianist)
- Vocal Director and/or Choral Prep
- Music Assistant
- Vocal Arranger
- Incidental Music Composer/Arranger
- Music Copyist
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