FAQ - Workshops & Events


What’s a participant and an observer?

Being a ‘participant’ means that you will get to perform for and take an active part in receiving feedback from the artist directly. Being an ‘observer’ means you get to watch the class and learn from watching others and hearing the expert advice and guidance from the artist!

What do I prepare?

The preparation for each class varies. Check the description of each class for detailed instructions on what to prepare. Typically you will be expected to prepare between 16-64 bars of music. Please provide your own accompaniment.

What is the minimum age to attend a Workshop or event?

We have no minimum age to attend! All Workshops and events are suitable for any skill level and appropriate for all ages.

What do I do on the day of my class? 

Simply click the Zoom link in your email confirmation and join the class! Make sure you set your Zoom display name to match the name you booked your Workshop/event with, or you will not be admitted to the class. 

Can I turn my camera off during a class?

Observers, Q&A participants, and participants in group Workshops without individual feedback (i.e. dance) are not required to have their cameras on. Participants in classes with individual feedback (i.e. Acting Through Song) are required to have cameras turned on.

Are sessions recorded?

Yes, sessions are recorded for liability and kept private. At this time, we are unable to provide copies of Workshop or event recordings.

When will new Workshops and events be announced?

The next month’s Workshops and events will be announced by the end of the current month.  Make sure you sign up for our newsletter so you never miss a Workshops announcement!


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