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WHERE MUSIC LOVERS INCREASE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF SONG AND CIRCLE OF FRIENDS

Everything old is cool again!  Designed to give both artists and audiences the opportunity to experience art song in a true chamber setting (think 21st century Schubertiade), our SongSalon events routinely sell out.
 

SongSalon programs present singers and pianists who have a relationship with Joy In Singing.
Artists on the SongSalons are either past winners or finalists. A sampling of past programs:

 

  • The South American Way (Upper East Side) 

  • An afternoon of English song (Lincoln Center area)

  • B is for Britain: songs by Benjamin Britten and Frank Bridge (Midtown at The Coffeehouse Club) 

  • Present memories of things past (Upper West Side) 

  • Voci di Primavera: songs for spring (Hell's Kitchen) 

To host a SongSalon event, your space must have room for 25-50 music lovers, plus room for light refreshment. 

To inquire about becoming a host, please contact program director, songsalon@joyinsinging.org 

2019 

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Were YOU at the April 2019 Song Salon?
Arts critic Patrick Dillon (Opera News, Opera Canada) is a fan!

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2018 

March 13, 2018

Wine, Women and Song

A sellout for Tami Petty & Michael Sheetz

Grab a seat

Grab a seat

Michael and Tami

Michael and Tami

"Who has Alma Mahler?"

"Who has Alma Mahler?"

Why I do!

Why I do!

Audience narration

Audience narration

After song glow

After song glow

We'll be back-- this was terrific

We'll be back-- this was terrific

Many thanks to the  "Salonistes" 

 

Patricia Blair

David Belt &Scott Carlton
Barrett Cobb and Harry Saltzman

Joan DeCaro

Patrick Dillon

Richard Fudge

Leslie Giammanco

Kate Hurney Braverman

Stacy Mar

James T. McNickle

Heidi Rotterdam

Carol Whitcomb

Angela Yanovich

SongSalon would not be possible without your energy, ideas, and generous gifts of hospitality, talent and time

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SongSalon contributions are earmarked
for artists fees and program costs.
Secure the future of a return to live performance-- there is no substitute!

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