Claudia Marss is a singer, composer, teacher of vocal technique, style and interpretation in jazz and Brazilian music.

Director of the Gospel Choir and soloist of the Rev. Nehemiah Brown’s Gospel Tree and Harold Bradley’s Bronzeville American Gospel since ’95.

  • In 1983 he attended the Conservatory of Music from Universidade Catolica de Salvador (Bahia) with classical guitar studies.
  • In 1986, with his first concert, he won the Troféu Caymmi Award for Best Emerging Artist. In 1988 she was choreographer for Gilberto Gil on the Brazilian tour.
  • 1990 moved to Italy, studied jazz singing with Cinzia Spata at the Saint Louis Music Center
  • In 1992, she attended the Berklee Clinics in Perugia with Bob Stolloff, studied vocal technique with soprano Annette Marywhether, lyrical singing with Soprano Margherita Pace and piano with master Luca Salerno.
  • 2011 obtains the CFP certification of the Voicecraft method by Jo Estill with Elisa Turlà. Participate in the Seminar “The Voice: Anatomy, Physiology and Prevention of Vocal Disorders” (2015).

She graduated from the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Jazz and currently attends the Jazz Composition Biennium at the same Conservatory.

He is a soloist in the legendary Folk Magic Band of the 1990s, collaborating with the Jona’s Blues Band alongside Harold Bradley.

He is a guest on the CDs: Jona’s Blues Band “Back to life” – 2010; Jona’s Blues Band meets Fernando Jones – 2015

In October 2004 she was chosen by Nicola Piovani as a soloist in the “Stabat Mater- La Pietà”, musicated by him on lyrics by Vincenzo Cerami, alongside Gigi Proietti, Rita Cammarano with the Aracoeli Orchestra and staged in Bethlehem and Tel Aviv.

She is a soloist in the musical and theatrical performances Intorno a Augusto, Portrait of Augusto and Acque, alongside Mariano Rigillo, Anna Teresa Rossini, Silvia Siravo and others, directed by Idalberto Fei.


Collaborations and events

CORO BRASILIAN directed by Claudia Marss

Claudia Marss

Claudia Marss
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