“Spring is Here,” “You Must Believe in Spring,” and “Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most” are just a few of the many songs about this glorious season. But there’s a song for just about any situation and it’s a fact that human beings have a deep need to sing and express themselves. As spring blossoms with new possibilities, perhaps it’s time for something new in your musical life. We’ve got quite an array to pick from, for all levels and in many genres.
Want to sing just for fun? Try the For the Love of Singing course, or Now It’s Your Turn! You can start from the beginning with Jazz Vocal Essentials, which offers a treasure trove of practical experience. For students interested in exploring a particular composer, we offer a special 3-week workshop on the music of Irving Berlin. And by popular demand, Ellen Robinson is back this quarter with her Beatles Choir!
Amy London will be in town for a concert and workshop. She’s a very experienced educator and runs her own jazz camps internationally. Speaking of camps, we are thrilled that Theo Bleckmann will return for our Vocal Intensive in August. We’ve sold out this exciting program each year and we recommend you sign up early to study with one of the most original and dynamic artists on the vocal scene today.
Also, please note we offer two open vocal jam sessions each month — one for jazz, led by Angharad Jones, and the other for blues, with the great Pamela Rose. You’ll find all the dates and times listed in the Concert section.
We hope to see you at the Jazzschool and please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for consultations. We can find just the right course or workshop for you!
Director, Jazzschool Community Music School Vocal Program