Beth Falcone

Beth Falcone is a New York based composer/lyricist, pianist, conductor, singing voice teacher, certified vocologist, and winner of the prestigious Kleban Prize for Most Promising Lyricist. Her musical, Wanda’s World, was produced Off-Broadway at the 45th St. Theater (Amas, in association with Terry Schnuck); it received two Lortel Award nominations, including best musical, and a Drama Desk Award nomination for best book. A Broadway studio cast album was released on Broadway Records in December of 2019 with producer Terry Schnuck and music producer Michal J. Moritz, Jr. For more information, visit: Beth is currently commissioned to write a musical for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation with collaborator Nicole Kohr. She is also writing two shows: Are Women People? and Love in the Time of Recycling. An album of original and originally arranged holiday music is also in the works. Her songs have been performed and featured in Broadway Bound at Merkin Hall, Lincoln Center Library’s New Composers Series, the BMI Showcase, on the Between the Lines radio show, and in concerts in Vienna, Budapest, Australia, and all over the United States. Beth is a Dramatists Guild Fellow, a proud member of MAESTRA, BMI, NYSTA, PAVA (Pan American Vocology Association), VoiceCare Network, and Voice Foundation. She has a private voice studio in Manhattan, and her pitch matching method is the subject of a research study in collaboration with New York Medical College. For more information, visit: