Jane Redding Marrero was raised in Corinth, Mississippi. She earned a bachelor degree in music from The University of Mississippi and a master and doctorate of musical arts in vocal performance from Louisiana State University.
Dr. Redding was an adjunct professor of voice at LSU as she began her professional operatic and concert career. She has performed over 35 different operatic roles and numerous symphonic works nationally and internationally. From the Kennedy Center to Opera Shanghai, she has received critical acclaim for her soprano voice and artistry. She has been the recipient of many awards, including a national MacAllister Award and a Shoshana award from the Richard F. Gold Career Grant Foundation.
Dr. Redding is married to Kyle Marrero, who assumed the presidency of University of West Georgia in July 2013. She has served on the “Live Art” committee to raise funds for UWG’s performing arts venue The Townsend Center as well as Tanner Health System Foundation’s annual fundraiser “Magnolia Ball” committee. She enjoys speaking with local civic clubs about her career in opera and still maintains an active performance schedule. The Marreros have one daughter Lily, who is four years old.
To learn more about Dr. Jane Redding Marrero, visit janeredding.com.