Margaret M. Tartaglia

3 Manila Street

Worcester, MA 01602


Margaret M. Tartaglia


Margaret M. Tartaglia, CMVT and Master Teacher, holds a combined BM degree in Music Education and Vocal Performance from AMC in Paxton, MA. She has completed coursework with Oren Brown, Martin Katz, Boris Goldovsky, and Frederic Popper for Vocal Pedagogy and Opera Performance. She holds a certificate of study in Opera performance from the Bel Canto School of Music in Bussetto, Italy. While in Italy, she trained at the Teatra della Rocca in Bussetto and La Scala School for Young Artists in Milan. She studied with renowned opera personalities Carlo Bergonzi and Renata Tebaldi, among others.


Ms. Tartaglia has been a music educator for elementary, middle school and high school students in the Central Massachusetts area. She was Associate Professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for 10 years, where she conducted the award-winning WPI Women’s Chorale. She ran the critically acclaimed Salisbury Lyric Opera Company for eight seasons. Under her management as Artistic Director, the company produced fully staged productions as well as recitals and programs. She also developed an apprenticeship program for young artists.


A former professional opera singer, Ms. Tartaglia performed in Europe and the United States and has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards. Presently she is the Director of Music Ministry at Assumption College in Worcester, MA. and teaches courses at the College in Vocal Health, and Pedagogy. She maintains a private vocal studio in the city, serves as a Singing Voice Specialist to a number of prominent ENTs in the New England area, and provides vocal and choral assistance to Dr. Michelle Graveline, Director of the Community Chorus, Salisbury Singers. Ms. Tartaglia received her Certification from the McClosky Institute of Voice in 2006 and became a Master Teacher at MIV in 2011.


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