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Marcella Meredith


      Marcella Meredith has been in the entertainment industry for well over twenty five years. Ms. Meredith was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She began her pursuit of singing behind a closed bedroom door at age seven singing along to her favorite Linda Ronstadt albums. Eventually, she made her way to the largest stages she could find in her home town. She pursued her love of music through college. Marcella holds a Bachelor of Music from Berry College in Rome, Georgia, a Master’s degree in Vocal Performance from Georgia State University and a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of South Florida, Tampa. She has worked with professional opera and musical theater companies as well as concert venues and production companies in the southern United States.

Ms. Meredith currently sings with Concordia, a polyphonic ensemble that specializes in Medieval and early music. Ms. Meredith is also a professional section leader at Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia. Ms. Meredith performs as a Duo called Acoustic Love. She is available for session work  and vocalist work in multiple genres. 


Ms. Meredith performed as a member of the Atlanta Opera Chorus for over 15 years. Ms. Meredith has worked with well-known artists from almost every performance genre; including: Miranda Lambert, John De Lancie, Ruth Gotshcall, Burke Moses, Kristopher Irmiter, Carlisle Floyd, Moses Hogan, Lillian Groag, Rehab, Zac Brown Band, Arthur Fagen, Styx, and Eric begin the list... She is an Actor's Equity Association Member, an active singer, actor, and voice over artist. Marcella has particular interests in musical theater, retro-1940’s styles, American songbook, television, film, voice over, opera, and contemporary music.


Ms. Meredith  teaches college level vocal technique classes at Atlanta Institute of Music and Media. She also instructs beginning piano and voice students at Meredith Studios locations in Gwinnett County, Georgia. She enjoys working with young professionally minded artists and beginning music students alike. 

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