Were YOU at the April Song Salon?
Arts critic Patrick Dillon (Opera News, Opera Canada) is a fan!
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
March 13, 2018
Wine, Women and Song
A sellout for Tami Petty & Michael Sheetz
Can't attend the next event? Your contribution will help us have another! 100% tax deductible!
Prefer to donate by check? Please make your check payable to Joy In Singing,
and please put "SongSalon" in the memo field. Send to:
35-24 33rd Street Suite 3
Astoria, NY 11106