How could it be September already?  I hope this note finds you and your family happy and healthy.  Is it just me or does it feel like the summer flew by!  Between a full roster of Singnasium classes, teaching at the O'Neill Cabaret & Performance Conference (where Singnasium’s own Peggy Schwartz was a Cabaret Fellow!), and visiting family in St. Louis, and friends in Provincetown and the Berkshires, I’m ready for a Pumpkin Spice Latte!

Now it's time to focus on the Fall schedule.  If you haven't taken a look, check out the great roster of classes we have lined up. While we'd love to offer in person classes, we're going to wait a bit longer before coming back together in the classroom.  Plus, being online has given us an opportunity to open our doors to anyone, anywhere in the world!  

Alongside our ever-popular "Sing Your Story" class (taught by me) and "Piano for Singers" with Jerry Phelps, we are also bringing back "Pardon my French"  with JP Perreaux (for all you Francophiles out there!).  Want to test out your inner pop star?  Look no further than Farah Alvin's "Pop Shop". You can work those lyric interpretations with Barb Jungr (all the way from ENGLAND!) Been a little shy about singing?  Try "Sing Out Louise: Unleashing Your Inner Singer" with Jennie Litt.  And if getting your singing chops back in shape after a long pandemic is in order, don't hesitate to sign up for Carmen Cancel's "The Training Room".  Jazz more your style?  People are raving about "Swingtime” with Michael Kanan. We are thrilled to welcome Natalie Douglas, David Friedman, and Darnell White to the Singnasium family! Check the site for their class offerings starting in October. Want to perform a favorite song?  Try out our monthly Open Mic series, Singapalooza!

The bottom line?  We have something for everyone in our Fall line up, with more workshops and offerings on the way.  

We are so excited to continue our online offering this fall and know that while we'll be back together again soon, at least we have singing - from anywhere in the world! - to keep us creative and thriving.

September 12, 2021 — Eve Eaton