BAZ - Star Crossed Love, set in a modern and intimate cabaret, is a celebration, a mash-up of music, and moments from the greatest love stories imagined by famed director Baz Luhrmann. Inspired by Baz’s most romantic films, Romeo + Juliet, Moulin … [Read More...]
Jessica Marciel and Joey Ciccone enjoyed a rockin’ hour on Friday, April 8th. From her inside-track to a recording deal at 12 years old. And on through her singing and stage career, onto launching singing training … [Read More...]
I have recently as OF this week, gotten 4 students private auditions for those,, you know,, singing shows on tv.... I know,, but hey,, someone has to do it. Every Year, casting agents and producers contact we lucky coaches and we get to help you out. … [Read More...]
I love that the TV show, Glee, has taken off. The musical numbers are beautifully crafted. The talent is endless. I find the adult content in a high school realistic and brutally honest.
Several of my students have auditioned for American Idol, The Voice and X-Factor. Most have gone on to the 2nd and 3rd round of producers, only to not make it to the little, or big screen in your home.
I never thought I would answer this question. There are so many great singers and all different.
I was watching a cable film with James Caan and Sally Field, “Kiss Me Goodbye”, and at the credits, there she was, I recognized her right away, Dusty Springfield, a song written by the late Peter Allen.
I have watched The Voice since the first time it aired. I thought was the only show of singers competing, worth watching.
From his first performance, Jesse Campbell, a man who was homeless with a daughter and lived in his car, was my choice to win the season.