Clergy & Staff

Maggie Coleman

Music Program Director

Mrs. Coleman is a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, where she studied voice with Maria Esther Robles at the Conservatorio de Musica de Puerto Rico. She earned a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Iowa State University, and subsequently moved to Tampa in 1987. Since that time she has been soloist and section leader at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Mrs. Coleman has also been a cantor at Nativity Catholic Church since 2003. She has been a featured soloist for the Sarasota Choral Society, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Master Chorale of Tampa Bay, Oratorio Society of Tampa, Mendelssohn Choir at St. John’s Church and Mostly Pops Orchestra, performing solos in sacred works, including Handel’s “Messiah,” various Bach Cantatas, John Rutter’s “Requiem,” and Fauré’s “Requiem.” She has performed supporting roles with Tampa Bay Opera/Opera Tampa, and performed leading and supporting roles with Spanish Lyric Theater. Mrs. Coleman has also performed chamber music solos and small ensemble choral works with Florida Pro Musica and the Bay Baroque Ensemble. She is a frequent guest recitalist at the University of South Florida. Mrs. Coleman currently resides in Tampa with her husband, attorney, Jeff Coleman, and their West Highland White Terrier, Wolfgang Amadeus.

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