Vocal Instruction in Binghamton, NY


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Muratori Voice Studio in Binghamton, NY, offers professional and aspiring singers of all ages the area’s highest-caliber vocal instruction

Vocal coach and former lyric coloratura soprano Mary Lou Muratori brings a lifetime of performance experience, more than 40 years of teaching, and the renowned voice methods of Marchesi and Lamperti to help her students reach their full, glorious potential in a range of disciplines including opera, operetta, musical theater, oratorio, art songs, and pop.

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Our Mission


Bel canto means "beautiful singing".
This is my passion and joy – to develop each student’s voice into a beautiful instrument that is clear, in perfect pitch, sings on the breath with a lovely quality – never pushing or hurting the voice – that allows them to comfortably sing the music that their heart desires. My hope is that our students develop a true love of singing and sharing their gifts with others.

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At Muratori Voice Studio, our students benefit from:


  • Solid technique which frees students to express themselves out of the vocal box
  • Vocal breathing method
  • Instruction that emphasizes placement of voice (facial instead of throat)
  • The opportunity to perform at recitals
  • Instruction from Mary Lou Muratori, a leading vocal teacher who has been instructed by both Mae Grave Atkins and Signora Nerina Poggi, who taught her the Fransesco Lamperti and Mathilde Marchesi vocal traditions. Today, Mary Lou passes on these famous bel canto methods to her students.
  • Member of The Harmony Club

Call 607-722-0977 to receive a complimentary voice analysis!

Muratori Voice Studio works with aspiring singers throughout Broome and Tioga Counties in NY and Susquehanna County in PA, including Binghamton, Kirkwood, Conklin, Vestal, Endicott, Johnson City, Apalachin, Owego, Montrose, Great Bend, Hallstead and Susquehanna.

“Dear Mary Lou,
I remember conducting “Cosi” that summer in Aspen. Tatiana Troyanos sang the role of Dorabella and you sang Despina. Thank you for devoting your life to classical music and to young up and coming artists. Congratulations to you and your teaching.”