American Idol and Broadway Star to Lead Local Master Class

The iconic TV series American Idol launched the career of the talented vocalist, Constantine Maroulis.
Known as the “handsome Rock ‘n’ Roll guy” of season 4,  like Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, and Katharine McPhee, sustained that level of success, performing the American Idol Live Tour, with the Top 10 contestants, followed by solo concerts in venues such as House of Blues in Atlantic City and Starland Ballroom and then, on to Broadway! 
Maroulis will be sharing his story and tips for young performers at a Master Class at the Cortlandt School of Performing Arts on January 28th.
With a limited amount of openings, teens and college aged vocalists can sign up for the four hour class where Maroulis will cover auditioning, promotion, material and organizing repertoire, managing your career, and will discuss which training/educational choices are best for each participant.
Maroulis enjoyed several lead roles, co-starring in the Broadway production of “The Wedding Singer” (2006), starring in “Rock of Ages” (2009), where he received a Tony nomination for “Best Performance for a Leading Actor in a Musical” and later, starred as the horror-icon Jekyll and Hyde (2013). 
He continues with a successful recording career with 2 CD’s now available “Here I Come” and “She’s Just Rock N’ Roll”.
This intimate setting will allow the singers to closely workshop with Mr. Maroulis and directly receive one-on-one pointers to help them with their development as a performer.  Register at www.CortArts.com or call 914-402-4250.