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Tuesday Night Vocal Workshop Fall 2015

For all singers who want to further their skills and discover their own voice!

Topics covered include:

• basics in healthy vocal technique for contemporary styles

• stage performance techniques/song interpretation

• basic improvisation

• basic listening and musicianship theories



8 Tuesday evenings from 7pm - 9pm

September 15th – November 3rd

Final performance at The Townhouse Bar (Piano Lounge), Saturday, November 7the, 7-9pm.



Townhouse Bar – Piano Lounge (in the back)

1415 University Ave. W.

St. Paul, MN  55104


$350.00 per student includes:  Daily Practice Audio tracks, 8 workshop sessions, two 15 minute private coachings, live performance. Paid in full by September 10th.


No Audition required. Limited to 12 students. Minimum of 10 students. 

To register, email  Registration is first come, first served.


Comments on the Workshop from former students…

I love, love , love, LOVED the workshop!  It was so well framed.  It was great to pick one song and be given another from Lori, and to benefit from the two 15-minute individual sessions.  The lessons at the beginning of each class were informative and applicable to all the songs.  It was great to be able to benefit from your coaching of others.  Your coaching was so fluid, based on the needs of each singer.   Best of all was the positive, supportive, fun environment that you established from the beginning of the 1st session. – David Reid


I thought this was an excellent workshop! I learned a great deal about the art of singing, and gained a better understanding of my voice and how to work with it. I appreciated the safe and supportive atmosphere the instructors created for us to work on developing our vocal and performing skills. I would recommend this workshop to singers of all skill levels! – Dana Thielen


Excellent workshop that provided benefit for both new singers and more experienced singers.  The individual attention paid to each member and their growth areas in the context of the larger group was a great benefit for all.  The group itself was also extremely supportive of one another—we all empathized each other’s hurdles and celebrated each other’s successes.  One of the KEY factors to the success of the workshop was the “safe environment/laboratory” that the class provided. – Gregg Peterson

Earlier Event: September 11
An Evening at Parma 8200
Later Event: October 16
Judi & the Wolverines Quartet