Marissa Lynn Daniel Studios

Marissa Lynn Daniel 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. 

About Marissa Lynn

Marissa Lynn Daniel received a scholarship to study at the American Music and Dramatic Academy in New York City  where her instructors included Broadway’s Evan Pappas, Jay Dias and Jason Chaet. 

She was privately trained by soprano Meagan Miller and studied Alexander Technique with Karina Lomrozo 

and Melissa Brown. She appeared in the East Coast premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame

where she met actor and future mentor Erik Liberman. 

Since then, her work has expanded from performing to include directing and producing. 

 

faculty

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TV's Quantico, Hands on a hardbody, 

Catch me if you can,

Phantom of The Opera

music director

Assistant Studio Director

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Amazon's Transparent,

war paint, The Band's visit,

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Metropolitan opera, Frau ohne Schatten,

Tristan und Isolde, La Fanciulla del West
 

   Piano instructor

Phantom of The Opera,

Four phantoms concert,

Les misérables

Alexander Technique

Production Assistant

Grace Antinori

 Assistant event coordinator

 

CLASSES

Acting and Vocal Performance

audition prep

Voice

piano

Career manangement

musicianship for the actor

alexander technique

 
 

Praise

"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

 

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“We create a safe space where young artists
have an opportunity to nurture their body, mind, and spirit. 

I would not be the artist that I am without the support of my mentors.

it is my honor to extend similar opportunities for growth to my own students." 

-Marissa Lynn daniels