Marissa Lynn Daniel Studio
Marissa provides elite vocal training to young artists pursuing a career in the performing arts.
Marissa has had the privilege of studying and collaborating with top Broadway performers.
Her studio offers one-on-one coaching, high-powered master classes
and performance opportunities with an esteemed company of teaching artists.
Marissa received a scholarship to study at the American Music and Dramatic Academy in New York City
She was privately trained by American soprano Meagan Miller and studied Alexander Technique
with Esoteric Healer Karina Lombrozo and Melissa Brown. She appeared in the East Coast premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame where she met acclaimed actor and future mentor Erik Liberman. Since then, her work has expanded from performing to include directing and producing. Recently Marissa was one of the producers on Erik Liberman's Bridge To Broadway as well as Tony Award winning actress and filmmaker Tonya Pinkins' Red Pilling America which is available now on The Broadway Podcast Network.
Teaching Artists and Classes
Tony Award winning actress
Caroline, or change, Play On, Jelly's Last Jam,
Host of "You Can't Say That", writer and director of Red Pill
TV's Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash;
Frozen, Pippin, Big Fish,
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
War paint, The Band's visit,
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Law and Order SVU;
Hamilton, Ain't Too Proud, Motown The Musical,
Playwright behind The Bloody Boston Trilogy,
Professor of contemporary scene analysis at NYU
Hands On A Hardbody, Catch Me If You Can , Scotland, PA, Darling Grenadine
and Phantom of The Opera
Metropolitan Opera, Frau ohne Schatten,
Tristan und Isolde, La Fanciulla del West
Music director, composer, multi-instrumentalist;
Cubamor, We Will Not Be Silent,
The Walkout Project
Winner of the New York Piano Festival,
NYU Concerto Competition,
Chopin International Competition
Acting and Vocal Performance
Sight Singing/Music Theory
Song and Text Interpretation
"A very gifted voice... I'm impressed by her passion and natural dramatic talent
and am thrilled by how well and healthily her students used their voice:
light, easy, word-based singing.
I cannot offer a better compliment to a teacher."
- Meagan Miller
"Marissa has brought grace and strength and clarity to many lives
and I have no doubt she will continue to support
many more in finding their voices."
- Erik Liberman
"A boon to my budding performing arts career.
She challenged me to become a more adroit musician
and encouraged practice, health, and true musicianship. "
- Matthew Gonzales, Actor
"An amazing voice teacher... She knows just how to work with every unique voice in order to help it flourish. She has that extra charisma through her support
and encouragement which makes you feel confident in yourself and talents."
- Lena Azam, Pop Singer
"I attend one of the most rigorous Musical Theatre BFAs in the country and Marissa prepared me for that next level of business.
She cares deeply about her students and makes it known."
- Jordan Leigh Auriemma, Two-Time Helen Hayes Award Nominee
"One of the best in the business... Marissa improved my range in ways
I could have never imagined. She is passionate about her students
and wants them to achieve success."
- Alanna Branco, Metropolitan high school theatre award Nominee
"I have had tremendous growth studying the past four years with Marissa.
I would not be where I am today without her support and guidance.
She is incredibly talented and gives her students amazing opportunities.
I am honored to call her my vocal teacher."
- Kimmy Johnson, Metropolitan High School Theatre Award Nominee
Jordan Auriemma, Beauty and The Beast (Belle)
Jordan Auriemma (Belle) Kimmy Johnson (Silly Girl) in Beauty and the Beast