Jacqueline Buffone Ballarin's vocal versatility has allowed her to perform a number of different genres all over the country. Ballarin has taught privately in her own New York City studio for many years, has been a vocal graduate teaching artist and a music teacher within private, parochial and charter Schools throughout Pennsylvania and New York. She will continue teaching vocal techniques in the Spring 2014 semester at Northampton Community College.
Buffone Ballarin has sung leading roles for many reputable music festivals, opera companies and orchestras. She was selected to join a world-class cast of opera singers to perform in Lehigh University's first opera at The Zoellner Arts Center, a beautiful and well-received production of Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro.
She has been a featured performer for venues and charitable organizations such as Sing for Hope, The Mario Lanza Society of New York, Musikfest and New York City's 92nd Street Y Concert Series.