Location: New York, USA
New York City native, Deepak Marwah has performed the role of Damon in Acis and Galatea with the Staunton Music Festival in Virginia; the roles of Don Basilio and Don Curzio in Le Nozze di Figaro with Martina Arroyo’s Prelude to a Performance program; the roles Mr. Owen in Argento's Postcard from Morocco, tenor roles in The Fairy Queen, performances in Britten's Turn of the Screw, Mozart's The Impresario, the role of Pee-Wee Binnings in the New York City Premiere of Bruce Saylor's Orpheus Descending, and sang the role of Aeneas in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. In the field of Choral Music, Deepak has performed with the Collegiate Chorale of NYC at Carnegie Hall and was also a professional member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus where he performed at Symphony Hall. Deepak has also been a soloist and section leader throughout NYC and Chicago churches. In addition to his work as a performing artist, Deepak serves on the Vocal Music Faculty of Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of the Arts in NYC, also known as the “Fame” school, and the Queens Summer Vocal Institute. Deepak has directed various ensembles in New York City, serving as a conductor for Bayside High School's Academy of Music, NYC's Summer Arts Institute, the Queens Chorale and as a teacher for Chicago Opera Theater's “Opera for All” program. Additionally, he has taught professional development workshops in conducting and classroom vocal technique. Deepak's ensembles have earned the highest awards at NY State-wide music festivals and his students have gone on to perform in all state festivals, been recognized in the National Classical Singer competition, performed with all city choral and opera ensembles, sang in the Verbier Festival in Switzerland and have enrolled in competitive music colleges on the east coast. In May of 2006, Deepak was honored as "Teacher of the Year" by Archon/National Honor Society. Students of Mr. Marwah have gained admissions to prestigious universities and conservatories for both classical and musical theater programs Deepak completed his M.M. in Voice Performance at the Chicago College of Performing Arts, where he studied with Metropolitan Opera soprano, Judith Haddon and has a Bachelors in Music from the Aaron Copland School of Music.