Voice classes I offer through various schools and organizations

 

Private lessons

Jamaica Plain

All levels & styles

www.elizabethanker.com

 

Voice classes for adults

in

Boston and Cambridge

See below

Singing for Everyone

(Longy School of Music CS005A)

Registration ends soon!

Learn breathing, improve range and tone,

all repertoires welcome,

No prerequisites!

Thursdays, 7:30 PM -9:00 PM

Begins Thursday, September 20

10 meetings per semester $395

communityprograms@longy.edu

617-876-0956, ext. 1650

www.Longy.edu

Bach Arias

For Singers and Instrumentalists

(New England Conservatory’s School of Continuing Ed)

Sing the fabulous arias and duets of Bach with instrumentalists. Develop style, phrasing, and rehearsal techniques; Perform at end. Prerequisite: Familiarity with singing German and ability to learn music on one’s own.

Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Begins Wednesday September 19      (no class Sept 26)
15 meetings per semester $640

 

Platinum Singers

(Boston’s United South End Settlements)

Seniors have a blast singing, learning vocal health, and performing!

 

Harriet Tubman House, Corner Mass. Ave and Columbus Ave.  South End

www.USES.org  617 536-8610 Registration:  hviarruel@uses.org

Wednesdays, 2-3:30pm, Begins Wednesday, October 3, 2012

12 meetings, $15 suggested donation per semester

Watch: http://www.boston.com/video/viral_page/?/services/player/bcpid19067533001&bctid=68935457001

Tuesday April 12, 2011, 1:30-2:00pm
Grand Staircase,
Massachusetts State House, Beacon Hill

The Platinum Singers, a group of elder singers with heart, voices and great attitude (see the teaching page on my site for a video of this group) will be performing as part of an art exhibit opening called Violence Transformed. www.violencetransformed.org

One of our songs is “1,000 Grandmothers” written by Holly Near.
The Platinum Singers rehearse weekly at the Harriet Tubman House of the United South End Settlements (www.USES.org). Come hear us or join us next Fall.

By the way, the fellow who made the video about our singing group (which is actually a voice class), Scott LaPierre, recently won a journalism award for his great work. Go Scott!