Date(s) - Jan 11, 2022
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


START the NEW YEAR with Jazz-inspired SONGS

Spider Saloff is back by popular demand.

Spider says: ” Hey cats! Here is your chance to have an intense course in one evening! It will be a blast.
“Some of the greatest interpreters of song have their roots in jazz. This workshop will teach you basics about time, dynamics, phrasing, using the music AND the lyrics to captivate your audience.
“As a group we will do fun exercises with improvisation and the use of dynamics. Then individuals will work on an entire song. I will discuss ‘making your voice sound like you,’ along with how to engage an audience and keep them with you. We will also discuss how to use style and grooves to put your unique mark on what you perform. Be prepared with 2 or 3 songs. We will choose one for the workshop but may have time for additional material.”
The great Bobby Schiff at the piano!
DePaul School of Music, Recital Hall
(the North building SW corner of Fullerton and Halsted)
Community Music Division event registration & payment links will be posted in December, due Jan 6. Vaccination and masks are required for all students at DePaul. Please contact [email protected] to get on the list.
$40 for singers/$20 for auditors
(some financial aid will be available by contacting Claudia at 773-509-9360)

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