Maggie Cocco music



Truth – Courage – Resilience – Community – Music

Musician • Composer • Educator • Performer

Maggie Cocco (she/her) is an American musician, composer and educator whose passion and skill has taken her across the world and through many genres of music. Her current award winning original show, Science for Sociopaths, is an art pop project for voice and piano featuring song cycles that explore themes of systemic and interpersonal abuse and resilience. A prolific collaborator, live performances are often presented as multimedia experiments featuring local visual artists. As an independent musician whose services are proudly community centered, Maggie Cocco Music offers Pay What You Can music services and works with various arts and social justice organizations, including Girls Rock Detroit where Maggie serves as Board Chair and director of digital programming. Maggie is a trauma informed composer and educator whose work focuses on Music & Intersectionality and wellbeing through music. Maggie received her bachelors in Music Education and Vocal Performance from Oakland University. Under the tutelage of Deborah Blair – co-creator of Exceptional Pedagogy For Children With Exceptionalities: International Perspectives – and Jackie Wiggins – Teaching for Musical Understanding – Maggie has developed a dedicated skillset to match her passion for the unique function of music in society. Maggie has taught adult choirs, youth choirs, youth orchestras, general music, guitar and piano accompaniment for singers, songwriting, civic engagement, and more. Her work is dedicated to making the world a more beautiful and just place.

Originals – Covers – Lessons – Reviews – Editorials

Maggie Cocco’s Science for Sociopaths • The Maggie Cocco Band • The San Detroit Band



Maggie Cocco Music services are Pay What You Can so that persons who mightn’t otherwise be able to afford them have access to quality music education and services. Support Maggie Cocco Music in this mission by becoming a subsidizing supporter on Patreon.

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