Mary Ann East
If you ever needed to be reminded of just how much a music teacher can change lives, look no further than BriAnne Woodward. Her well-prepared students go on to great success in both PFC & Madison Avenue. Better yet, they are sent off better prepared for a world that often doesn’t make much sense.
This interview is truly inspirational – for students, for teachers, for the future of vocal music, and, well, for everyone. Do your soul a favor and tune in.
You may know her best as half of FreePlay or as Artistic Director of Sing! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival, but there’s a lot more to learn about Suba Sankaran! Rachael and Amanda sit down with her on Episode 40.
Learn more about Suba: http://www.subasankaran.com
Learn more about SING! Toronto: https://www.singtoronto.com/
Learn more about FreePlay: https://freeplayduo.com/
One of the many purposes of art is to challenge yourself and your audience and sometimes that spurs a little controversy. Brittany Russell and Gestalt are making waves and that’s one of the topics of discussion in Episode 36 .
Learn more about Gesalt: https://www.gestaltacappella.com/
Learn more about The A Cappella Group:
A teacher. A director. A performer. At the heart of the huge undertaking that is The National A Cappella Convention
For Episode 32 of Vocal HERspective, Amanda and Rachael sit down with Shannon McNulty, to talk about all of these things and more.
To learn more about the National A Cappella Convention and the AEA, visit:
We are back with the first episode of 2020 with none other than Lisa Forkish! From Divisi, to Vocal Rush to HIVE and even more in between, Lisa is a champion of inclusivity in the a cappella community. Whether it be through the many years of work with the Women’s A Cappella Association, being the driving force behind WeSing, writing original music, or being a constant mentor and coach to all, Lisa’s work is bringing us all a deeper level of connection and understanding.
Learn more about Lisa at https://www.lisaforkish.com/