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Antoin Marshall

Antoin Marshall is a second-year Master of Music Vocal Performance student at the University of Mississippi in the studio of Jos Milton. He made his professional debut with the Bloomington Chamber Opera singing Zodzetrick and Andy in their chamber presentation of Treemonisha by Scott Joplin. With the UM Opera Theatre, he has played the roles of Nemerino(L’elisir d’amore), Hamlet (Hamlet), Cinderella’s Prince (Into the Woods) as well as Oronte (Alcina). This season he will sing scenes from Die Fledermaus (Einstein), Pirates of Penzance (Fredric), and Candide (Candide). In addition, he will sing Prologue and Peter Quint in UM Opera Theatre’s production of Turn of the Screw by Benjamin Britten.


Antoin recently completed a year as a young artist for the second cohort of Los Angeles Opera’s HBCU Young Artist Initiative under the direction of tenor Russell Thomas. Antoin has been named a William Winter Scholar by former Governor of Mississippi William Winter at the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration and given the Wayne Brown Award for the Performing Arts for his contributions to music. Outside of music Antoin maintains his love for his previous field of study (pharmacy) and is an avid chef, philatelist, and reader. He also enjoys socializing with friends to create balance. 

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