Founder and Artistic Director
A classically trained pianist, Judy Wolman received her degree in music from Washington University in St. Louis and taught vocal music and music appreciation in public and private schools. In Los Angeles, she joined the Gregg Smith Singers, a professional, classical choral group, and spent ten years touring and recording with them.
As a studio singer, Judy has made numerous recordings and sung in films and television, including Empire of the Sun, Jurassic Park and the Incredible Hulk. She also accompanies singers and choral group workshops in harmony singing and solo performance.
The inspired piano accompaniments which Judy provides add a sensitive musical quality to the Sing! Sing! Sing! performances, evoking the beauty and emotion of each song while complementing the voice and melody line.
MusicmanBlog.com reports: “Judy plays the “Great American Songbook“ with complete love and inspiration.”
Name Their Top 10 Songs
Chapter 7: Judy Wolman
Reprinted with permission from: Music Man Blog.
Judy Wolman is one of the most-well liked people in the music industry. She is not only a caring person, she is also one of the best pianist playing today. Judy is a woman of remarkable talents and is the Founder and Artistic Director of “Sing! Sing! Sing!”, a non-profit organization that features a small group of rehearsed singers who joyfully ease the audience into singing “All the songs you love to sing”. Audiences love the experience! Everyone is given lyric sheets and each song is introduced with a brief and entertaining commentary. Judy is a classically trained pianist with a degree in Music from Washington University in St. Louis and has taught vocal music and music appreciation in public and private schools. After she moved to Los Angeles, she joined the Gregg Smith Singers, a professional, classical choral group and spent 10 years touring and recording with them. Judy has sung in films and television including “Empire of the Sun”, “Jurassic Park" and “The Incredible Hulk".
Judy has a deep love for the songs in the “Great American Songbook". She always plays them with complete love and inspiration.
Judy Wolman's Top 10 Favorite Songs....in no particular order:
- “Here's That Rainy Day”
- “Where Or When”
- “Embraceable You”
- “All The Things You Are”
- “My Shining Hour”
- “Young and Foolish”
- “I Can't Get Started”
- “You Must Believe in Spring”
- “Someone To Watch Over Me”
- “Body and Soul”
For More Info: Judy at 310.990.2405