Bryana Marrero is a soprano and Master's in Vocal Performance candidate at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where she studies under the tutelage of Jane Randolph. She most recently performed Seguidillas by Fernando Sor and sang in the opera scenes program during the Fall of 2017.
Outside of her work as a performer, Bryana is a passionate advocate for the arts who has worked to make classical music accessible to underrepresented groups within the classical community. As Program Manager at The Hispanic Alliance in Austin, TX, she worked to provide free music education for low-income schools throughout Central Texas. To show that opera can be light-hearted and fun, Bryana also co-founded the blog #whatshouldwecallopera, which provides a tongue-in-cheek take on famous opera moments.
Prior to joining the Conservatory, Bryana received her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Music from Tufts University where she sang the roles of Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, Sadie in Slow Dusk and First Lady in Die Zauberflöte. Bryana grew up in Austin, TX and lived in Madrid, New York, and Boston before moving to San Francisco to join the Conservatory. A passionate traveler, she most recently visited Lebanon and Germany. You can view some of her travel photos here.