Improve your singing this summer – gain more confidence, better posture, and sing in person in a safe, supportive setting!
Calling all singers! Do you miss making music with others? Are you tired of sitting around on Zoom all day? How often do you stop to smell the flowers? This is the perfect time to kick off your shoes, feel the grass under your feet, and reconnect with your body and voice.
In this small group class we’ll explore movement and balance while we discover ways to unlock our voices in joyful song. We’ll be singing musical theatre favorites like Over the Rainbow, Getting to Know You, Moon River, and familiar folk songs such as Amazing Grace, Scarborough Fair, and Danny Boy.
These classes are designed to help you awaken your voice and ease your way back into singing with a group in person! Classes will take place in a safe and beautiful setting at Grace & St. Stephen’s Episcopal church, where we’ll have access to their beautiful gardens.
Come to my garden and leave with a renewed passion for singing! Class is limited to 10 participants.
Amy Mushall is a local performer and private voice teacher who enjoys sharing her love for music with children and adults. Amy studied at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, and at the Bay View Music Festival and continues to study privately with Martile Rowland, Artistic Director of Opera Theater of the Rockies.
She has worked with the Colorado Springs Children's Chorale to coach their choirs on creating free and healthy singing sounds. Amy is a student of Alexander Technique for Singers and is thrilled to bring the inspiration of this wonderful work to the Colorado Springs area.
This 4-Class course is limited to 10 participants. Register online for all four sessions by June 6.
Cost is $150.
Phone: (719) 629-7464