Mariana Corichi Gómez is a conductor, vocalist, educator, and composer from Morelia, Mexico. A recent graduate of Princeton University, she majored in Music with concentrations in choral/orchestral conducting, Latino studies, and Music Theater. For three years, she served as Conductor of Princeton Camerata, a chamber orchestra dedicated to performing new works. Last year, as a recipient of the Trenton Arts Fellowship, she served as the inaugural Student Leader for Trenton Youth Singers. In 2021, Mariana joined as staff in Princeton University's Music Department, where she will act as Choral and Trenton Arts at Princeton Program Associate, as well as Director of Trenton Youth Singers.
As a singer, Mariana had the pleasure of performing with the acclaimed choir, Tenebrae, as part of their Russian Treasures program. She presented her original song cycle, La Casa del Arbol: An Immigrant's Story of Loss and Forgiveness, as her senior thesis. Last year, she was awarded the Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts.
Mariana has conducted multiple choral ensembles both at school and abroad, including a performance with the Princeton Glee Club in Centro Ollin Yoliztli, Mexico City. She's ecstatic to remain a part of the TAP family this year.