Deepak Marwah is an arts education leader, conductor, performer, and educator in the New York City area.
Deepak’s former voice students are singing and studying throughout the world. His students have studied at major vocal music programs such as Curtis, Juilliard, MSM, Mannes, New England Conservatory, Boston Conservatory, Chicago College of Performing Arts, Oberlin College, Westminster Choir College, the Aaron Copland School of Music, and many more. Additionally, students have been accepted to all-state festivals, recognized in the National Classical Singer competition, accepted to major summer programs, performed with city-wide choral and opera ensembles, performed at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, have been featured on NBC’s “The Voice” and have been finalists for the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. His former students can also be seen performing on Broadway, at the Metropolitan Opera, Santa Fe Opera, and on stages worldwide.
Deepak has served on the Vocal Music Faculty of LaGuardia Arts in NYC, also known as the “Fame” school, where he taught voice and conducted choral ensembles. He has directed various ensembles in New York City. He has served as the conductor of the Music Unites Youth Choir, Bayside High School's Academy of Music, NYC's Summer Arts Institute, and as a teacher for Chicago Opera Theater's “Opera for All” program. Deepak also served as the Director of Fine Arts for the Byram Hills School District in Westchester, NY, a professor of voice at the Aaron Copland School of Music, and the NYU Chorale Director.
Currently, Deepak is the Director of Performing & Visual Arts for the City School District of New Rochelle, where he leads robust arts programs for over 10,000 students representing diverse backgrounds. In this role, he supervises the PAVE (Performing and Visual Arts Education) program at New Rochelle High School, which gives students in-depth arts education experiences that prepares them for advanced studies in the arts.
Performance highlights include Basel in Figaro 90210 (NYC), Damon in Acis and Galatea with the Staunton Music Festival in Virginia, Don Basilio and Don Curzio in Le Nozze di Figaro with Martina Arroyo’s Prelude to a Performance program, Mr. Owen in Argento's Postcard from Morocco, tenor roles in The Fairy Queen (Purcell), performances in Britten's Turn of the Screw, Mozart's The Impresario, and the role of Pee-Wee Binnings in the New York City Premiere of Bruce Saylor's Orpheus Descending. Deepak remains active in the concert scene and has performed as a soloist with the Cornerstone Chorale, Brooklyn Philharmonia Chorus, Reona Ito Chorus, New York Repertory Orchestra, Queens College Choral Society, and the festival chorus and orchestra of the Midsummer Music Festival in Quebec, Canada.
Deepak completed his M.M. in Voice Performance at the Chicago College of Performing Arts, has a Bachelor's in Music from the Aaron Copland School of Music, and has an advanced certificate in educational leadership and supervision from the College of Saint Rose.