Catherine Malfitano

Catherine Malfitano

About Catherine Malfitano

Catherine Malfitano

Catherine Malfitano

April 18, 1948

Place of Birth    :   New York City - New York - USA
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From Wikipedia Catherine Malfitano (born 18 April 1948) is an American operatic soprano and opera director. Malfitano was born in New York City, the daughter of a ballet dancer mother, Maria Maslova, and a violinist father, Joseph Malfitano. She attended the High School of Music and Art and studied at the Frank Corsaro Studio and the Manhattan School of Music, graduating in 1971. Malfitano has championed the music of American composers, including Carlisle Floyd, William Bolcom, Conrad Susa and Thomas Pasatieri. She has sung over 70 roles throughout her career and continues to add more in her repertoire. She is currently a member of the voice faculty at Manhattan School of Music.