Ms. Ballarin holds a Master Degree from Boyer College of Music and Dance, obtained on full scholarship, and studied with some of the top voice teachers and coaches from around the world. She began her pedagogy studies under the auspices of the late Ms. Betti McDonald of The Institute for Musical Arts, where Ms. Ballarin honed her skills as a voice technician and formed her own New York Studio under the umbrella of IMA. Jacqueline’s recent student, Adriana Sfara, has been accepted into Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
Jacqueline has successfully led a career as a Spinto Soprano performing in opera companies and festivals throughout the country including such roles as Adriana Lecouvreur, Maddalena di Coigny, Mimi, Musetta, Tosca, and Aida.
Ms. Ballarin has authentically crossed-over to musical theater, jazz standards, and cabaret genres, performing on such noteworthy stages as Madison Square Garden, Bruno Walter Theater at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, off-broadway venues and Cabaret Theaters.
Jacqueline has made several LIVE TV appearances including QPTV and WFMZ’s Music Monday. Her voice and formed musical ensemble, DUETTO has appeared on several radio stations as well.
Award-winning Soprano Jacqueline Ballarin teaches private voice lessons and piano instruction at her studio in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. She also teaches lessons globally. This site details Ms. Ballarin's instructing services.
Award-winning Soprano Jacqueline Ballarin has studied with top teachers and coaches from around the world. She has performed as a Spinto Soprano with companies and festivals throughout the country, crossed genres, and appeared on live television. This site details Ms. Ballarin's performing career.