Marci possesses a fluid timbre with a combination of artistic musicality and entrancing stage presence. The Muncie Star praised Marci for her portrayal of Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni as "Brilliant...and let it be known, this woman can sing." "A gorgeous soprano whose every note was in line with the legato aria 'Voi lo sapete, o mamma', her acting ability was intense." (Lafayette Journal and Courier)
2014 has brought Marci the opportunity to sing new works by New Jersey native, Daniel Felsenfeld. His new piece entitled, She, After is an opera triptych, of which she sang two of the three parts. This October saw Marci commanding the one woman show in Cincinnati, OH with North American New Opera Works. Coming in the spring of 2015 she will return to this piece with the third opera and perform the entire triptych. In the 2012-2013 season she made her role and company debut with Center Stage Opera as the title role in Puccini’s Suor Angelica, and later joined both Candid Concert Opera in their production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, singing the role of Second Lady and New Rochelle Opera as Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana. Last year brought the opportunity for Marci to return to Center Stage Opera singing the First Lady in their production of The Magic Flute. Previously, Marci performed Santuzza with Lafayette Symphony Orchestra and was hailed as “a gorgeous soprano whose every note was in line with the legato aria ‘Voi lo sapete, o mamma,’ her acting ability was intense.” (Lafayette Journal and Courier) Other past engagements include performances with Sugar Creek Symphony and Song as the Countess in Le nozze di Figaro, covering Tosca with Opera Las Vegas and Susannah with Des Moines Metro Opera and the undergraduate premiere of Mark Adamo’s Little Women, where she sang Jo March. A champion of new works, Marci has debuted works by up and coming composers. She gave a concert on which she performed a song cycle written for her by Daniel McIntosh entitled Songs of Innocence. She also gave the world premiere of the cantata Madres, words and music written by Brazilian composer Luciana Mendes-Schulle. In her free time she enjoys unwinding at her farm with her husband, Michael, and ballroom dancing. She competed at the 2012 United States Dancesport Championship in 10 different styles and placed top 6 in all.