Happy, musical summer break everyone.
We hope to see you back on August 27 for a very special program celebrating the 25th anniversary of Sing! Sing! Sing!
We will feature highlights of our 25 years in existence and the greatest songs of our featured Great American Songbook composers as chosen by our singers, and any audience members who would like to offer suggestions.
We have had some honored guests, composers such as Hugh Martin: "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas", "The Trolley Song" and other music from "Meet Me In St. Louis"; Ray Evans of "Silver Bells" fame as well as "Mona Lisa" and many others. Expect some surprises and more history and anecdotes from Howard Lewis as he remembers things from our past 25 years. Until then, "So Long For Awhile"......
“In Others’ Words”
“Her rehearsed singers joyfully ease the audience into singing ...and they love the experience!” — musicmanblog.com
"... a rare coming-together, a veritable musical communion of performers and audience." — Norton Wright, IROM
"Anne Phillips holds monthly sing-ins of the good old songs in New York City, as does Judy Wolman in Los Angeles—both of them crying out, like voices in the wilderness, that this music must be kept alive. — Womens Voices for Change.
"the format was as comfortable and inviting as a holiday evening in a close friend’s living room." — Don Heckman, IROM
"It is a sharing of emotions...a social, educational, and musical activity." — Los Angeles Times
"Hearty fun and most informative!" — Participant
"Love wasn't just in the air, it was blinding." — The Daily Breeze
"What brings them all together...is a love affair with singing." — The Outlook