Trish Foti is a New Orleans native known for her emotion-packed performances. Classically trained, Trish studied voice at Texas Christian University and is a graduate of Louisiana State University.
A Music Minister in the Church for over 30 years, she has served as Music Director, Choir Director, and Cantor at various parishes throughout the state. Notably, she is the former Cantor at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans and Music Director for a decade at the historic Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church in New Orleans. Trish also has over 25 years experience in the music classroom, leading numerous choirs to significant awards. Currently, she serves as Music Director at St. Ann Church and Shrine in Metairie, Louisiana.
Trish keeps quite busy as a frequent freelance soloist, cantor, and recording artist with her base in New Orleans. She often performs nationally at conventions, most recently with composer David Haas in both Los Angeles and Baltimore. She is released a "Best of" CD is 2019. Trish is currently in the studio working on a new release due out in October 2020.
Additionally, she is a sought after national vocal coach working closely for many films and TV series in Hollywood South and beyond. She has provided guidance and coaching for movies and television shows for Netflix, TNT, Warner Bros affiliates, Disney, and numerous other live performing groups and film companies. In the recording studio and on set she provided vocal coaching for the movie soundtrack “The Last Laugh” featuring Chevy Chase, Richard Dreyfuss, and Andie McDowell under the direction of acclaimed producer Jay Weigel. She has also served as a vocal coach for the 2019 filing of “Tall Girl” and “The Friend” featuring Dakota Johnson and Denee Benton.
Trish maintains an "in demand" vocal studio in New Orleans offering instruction to both students and professionals. Her students have gone on to singing professionally in New York City, Tennessee, Florida, and California. She also works with local “girl groups” such as the “Dazzle Dolls” and members of the “Victory Bells”.
Trish is happily and newly married to her best friend Matthew deBlanc. They are proud native New Orleanians and share four beautiful grown children and welcomed their first grandchild in 2019.
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