Rohin Scaria / Voice and Piano Teacher
Rohin Scaria is a baritone from Houston, Texas, currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in music education at the University of Houston Moores School of Music. He studies voice with doctoral teaching fellow Eric Laine and performs in the internationally-acclaimed Concert Chorale under the leadership of Dr. Betsy Cook Weber.
Rohin began his musical journey as a choral singer nearly a decade ago. He has performed a variety of repertoire with many ensembles, including the TMEA All-State Tenor-Bass Choir, and he recently had the privilege of singing as part of the opening number for GRAMMY Award-winning a cappella group, PENTATONIX. With Moores Opera Center, Rohin has participated as a chorus member in Smetana's The Bartered Bride and as assistant stage manager in Sondheim's A little Night Music.
Rohin has grown in his knowledge of piano through collaborative piano classes at the University of Houston taught by graduate piano students, and he continues his piano education at the University. He strives to be the best educator he can be, and hopes to inspire students the same way great teachers inspired him when he first got his start in music.