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Versatile Vocalist, Composer, Keyboardist

Marie is a Ukrainian-American musician currently residing in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. With a background as a classical vocalist, keyboardist, and composer, Marie utilizes her performance capabilities like a true interdisciplinary artist. "My music will never exist as just one genre or subject matter, that's why one moment you'll find me writing experimental music with extended techniques and you'll find me singing in a blues or funk band the next. I use my versatility as a musician to cultivate my love for the art and it is my greatest wish to share that art with as many people as possible." -Marie

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  • Now-Early January: sound installation exhibition by Alluvium Ensemble; Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

  • Nov 28: Music Monday: Marie Herrington; 7:00pm Baltimore, MD 

  • Dec 2: Get Steady concert (private event)

  • Dec 3: "80's night" concert (private event)

  • Dec 13: "80's Night" concert, Ocean City, MD

  • Dec 27: Holiday Livestream ft. Matthew Bunn; Baltimore, MD 

  • Dec 30: Improv Livestream; Baltimore, MD

  • Jan 13: "To The River" world premiere at the DiMenna Center, NYC 

  • Jan 22: Brahms concert at Roland Park Place with Timothy Krippner, pianist, Baltimore, MD

  • Jan 28: Get Steady live at Tin Roof, Baltimore, MD 

  • Feb 10: "Draw out of a hat" live concert on Instagram Live

  • Feb 19: "Psalm 9:1" world premiere with the Govans Chancel Choir and Govans Handbell Choir, Baltimore, MD

  • March 11: Get Steady live at Tin Roof, Powerplant LIVE, Baltimore, MD

  • April 2: Directing the Govans Chancel Choir with guest musicians performing 2 works by Ola Gjeilo, and the world premiere of "How Great Thou Art" by composer, B.E. Boykin; Govans Presbyterian, Baltimore, MD 

  • April 6: World Premiere of "Were You There" sung by the Govans Chancel Choir, Govans Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, MD 

  • April 29: Directing the St. Timothy's SSA acapella choir, Moongates, for their 2023 Annual Spring concert; Stevenson, MD 

  • May 13: "Get Steady" at the Powerplant LIVE, Baltimore, MD 

  • May 21: World Premiere of "Peace" for choir, soloist, organ, and harp; Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Alexandria, VA 

  • June 10: "Get Steady" Live, Bethesda, MD 

  • June 12: "Juneteenth Concert," with Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Players, Keith Snipes, Jocelyn Taylor, Jonathan Rush, the Govans Pres and Knox Pres choirs. For more information, go to Baltimore, MD 

  • August 6-13: Composer at Source Song, Minneapolis, MN


Marie Herrington is a classically trained operatic soprano who has sung in a number of productions: everything from Hansel, in Hansel und Gretel; to Miss Bingley in the world premiere of Mechem's Pride and Prejudice; to Ninotchka in the musical theater production of Silk Stockings. She also has contemporary vocal training under the wonderful Michael Manganiello which she utilizes to sing music by living composers such as herself, sing in a few different local rock bands, and sing with a contemporary music collective based in New Orleans, Louisiana, which you can learn more about below. 


Founded by composer B.K. Zervigón and photographer Luca Hoffmann in 2021,

Alluvium Ensemble aims to create unique musical experiences for New Orleans based performers and audiences. From live concerts to fixed media and installation works, the Ensemble is working to create a space for innovative music of all kinds. 

Click on this link to hear the improvisation album titled "Hipster Genocide" featuring Marie's vocals and piano playing. This album is an entirely improvised exploration of vocal, pianistic, and guitar sounds using extended techniques such as pitch bending and microtonal music, as well as inside of piano plucking/strumming. 

To follow Alluvium Ensemble's work, visit their website: 

or visit the youtube page:


Marie sings and plays piano/organ for a number of rock/funk cover bands in Baltimore/DC; primarily, she performs with the local cover band that frequents the PowerPlant: LIVE, Get Steady.

Click on the link below to hear a cover of "The Christmas Song" performed with Get Steady at the 2021 "Litmas" party at Tin Roof/Powerplant Live in Baltimore, MD.

See "upcoming concerts" page for more details about upcoming shows with Get Steady, and other live concerts.


More on the contemporary music. . . 

Marie performs a number of her original pieces, including the microtonal art song, Darkness, featuring Timothy Krippner on the piano. You can listen to this piece by clicking on the link below. To see/hear more of Marie's art songs and other original works for voice, click on listen or Compositions. Marie's most recent composition for voice is an Edgar Allan Poe song cycle she is writing for soprano, Emily Tate Daniel, which you can also find under the listen tab. 

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