to be rescheduled
WHERE MUSIC LOVERS INCREASE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF SONG AND CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
Everything old is cool again! Designed to give 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)
If you would like to host an event, we would be happy to use your home or venue for a SongSalon. The space must have room for 25-50 music lovers, plus room for light refreshment.
To inquire about becoming a host, please contact program director,
Maria Fattore (email@example.com)
The SongSalon venue location will be sent upon confirmation of your donation. We are already counting down to a sell out.
To receive an invitation, please add your name to the sign up list here: INVITATION LIST
About the Artists:
Mezzo Soprano Anna Tonna has been described as "mezzo heroine who knows how to sing Rossini" by the Rossini Gessellschaft and as "showing off her warm, secure mezzo-soprano to maximum advantage" by the New York Magazine; She has collaborated with Casals Festival of Puerto Rico, Festival Iberoamericano de las Artes in Puerto Rico, Música de Cámara of New York, El Festival de Segovia, Joy in Singing and Elysium Between Two Continents among others. Of note amongst her recital of songs are appearances at Weill Recital Hall, the Palacio Nacional de Ájuda in Lisbon, Teatro 1793 at Villa Adlrovandi Mazzacorati in Italy, the Fundación Juan March in Madrid and at the ElbPhilharmonie in Hamburg. Commercial recordings that have preserved some of these efforts include The songs of Julio Gómez with disc label VERSO and her disc España alla Rossini with iTinerant Classics. A former Fulbright Scholar to Spain, she is co founder of the initiative Women in Musica/Mujeres en Música which aims to expose both contemporary and historical works by women composers.
Pablo Zinger is widely acclaimed as a conductor, pianist, composer, arranger, writer, lecturer and narrator, specializing on Astor Piazzolla, tango, Spanish zarzuela, and Latin American music.
He has accompanied Plácido Domingo, and recorded with Paquito D’Rivera and Astor Piazzolla.
He leads the Valencia-based Zinger Septet, has written for The New York Times, Opera News, and lectured for The New York Philharmonic. He wrote the tango musical Bela, and Las tentaciones de González, premièred in 1999 to a New York Times rave review. His show Bésame mucho won the HOLA and ACE prizes. He was Musical Director of the Zarzuela Series at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. He has conducted for Paquito D’Rivera, Tito Puente, Dave Valentin and Néstor Torres.
Anna and Pablo performed in our first SongSalon season. We are pleased to welcome them back to the series. They exemplify the type of artist Joy In Singing welcomes--- advocates of art song performance, the musical form devoted to the power of words designed to touch the core of our shared humanity.
March 13, 2018
Wine, Women and Song
A sellout for Tami Petty & Michael Sheetz
Grab a seat
Michael and Tami
"Who has Alma Mahler?"
Why I do!
After song glow
We'll be back-- this was terrific
Can't attend the next event? Your contribution will help us have another! 100% tax deductible!
Were YOU at the April 2019 Song Salon?
Arts critic Patrick Dillon (Opera News, Opera Canada) is a fan!
Prefer to donate by check? Please make your check payable to Joy In Singing,
and please put "SongSalon" in the memo field. Send to:
Joy In Singing
260 W. 72nd Street #6B
New York, NY 10023
Many thanks to the "Salonistes"
David Belt &Scott Carlton
Barrett Cobb and Harry Saltzman
Kate Hurney Braverman
James T. McNickle
SongSalon would not be possible without your energy, ideas, and generous gifts of hospitality, talent and time