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Mezzo-Soprano Maria Coyne grew up in Atlanta, GA where her love of music began at the age of two when she started playing Suzuki Violin. Fast forward a few years, Maria graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Olaf College where she earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance. Maria toured with the internationally recognized St. Olaf Choir as a member and soloist. She also soloed for The St. Olaf Cantorei's performance of Mozart's Laudate Dominum and played leading roles with the Lyric Theatre at St. Olaf, including Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring and Kurt Weill's Street Scene. Maria sang with the women's a cappella group Agnes A Cappella, for which she also co-directed and arranged music. 

She has sung at Carnegie Hall in New York City three different times, twice as a soloist.

Maria has studied with James McKeel, Sigrid Johnson, Carrie Kahl and Kori Jennings.

For recordings of Maria singing, listen here.

Maria Coyne, Mezzo-Soprano
Maria Coyne, Singer-Songwriter


In addition to her experience on the stage, Maria has taken a creative role in many of the projects she's been a part of throughout the years.

Maria is the songwriter and lead singer for indie-pop band Maria and the Coins. For more about Maria and the Coins, click here.


She has composed original music for a variety of different theatrical productions throughout the years including the cabaret She Looks (2017) and Shrewsical (2009).  

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