MARIE GIBSON has made numerous appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under such renowned conductors as Georg Solti, Walter Hendl, Howard Hanson, and Alfred Wallenstein. In addition she has sung numerous principal roles with the Los Angeles Opera Company. In 1963 Miss Gibson received a scholarship to the famous Bayreuth Festspiel Meisterklasse under the aegis of Frau Friedelind Wagner of the famous Wagner family. Working with German and Austrian coaches, she had concentrated study in operatic roles of Italian and French composers, and daily work in lieder and oratorio. During the festivities inaugurating the opening of The Pavilion in December 1964, Miss Gibson appeared with the Roger Wagner Chorale as soloist in Bach's Christmas Oratorio. Roger Wagner selected her to sing in the Los Angeles Master Chorale's debut performance of Bach's monumental B Minor Mass, and in the West Coast premiere of Rossini's opera Moses. Artist instructor in voice at Occidental College and at the University of Redlands, Miss Gibson maintains a dual career as singer and teacher. She resides in South Pasadena.