Marshall Corzette has sung operas, musical theatre, church music, and everything in between. Come listen to Marshall sing a night full of 1940-1950’s classics from Sinatra, Rodgers, among many others. You will certainly recognize a few of these hits! This will be an unforgettable night filled with romance and swag.
Marshall Corzette started to teach himself piano at the age of 12 and began singing in his Pensacola church choir at 13, but had always been interested in performing. Since then, he has earned his Master’s in Voice Performance from the University of Southern Mississippi (USM), and performed for crowds in all kinds of theaters throughout the country. Marshall has sung in churches as professional staff in Hattiesburg, MS, New Orleans, LA, Pensacola, FL, and now in Tampa, FL – at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.
Some of Marshall’s favorite opportunities are: Bert in Mary Poppins at Southern Arena Theatre; Guglielmo in Mozart’s Cosi fan Tutte with USM Opera; and CB in Pensacola Little Theatre’s production of Dog Sees God. Marshall has also enjoyed being a dramaturg (for Natchez Music Festival), a music director (for Southern Arena Theatre’s production of One Man, Two Guvnor’s), Music Education Coordinator for Pensacola Community Music School, Executive Director of Pensacola Community Music School (501c3), and a founding member of both Improbable Cause Mystery Theatre and Arrant Knavery, Inc.