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Dates set for vocal class at Arts at the Armory, Somerville.

2017-10-01T14:56:54+00:00October 1st, 2017|

We’ve set dates for our Intro to Vocal Skills class for adults and teens.  It’ll be held at Arts at the Armoury in Somerville, MA.  The class will cover breathing techniques, vocal projection, and more!

It’s a 4 week course and space will be limited to a group of up to 10 people or so.  To register, please visit:  http://intro-to-singing-and-vocal-skills.eventbrite.com

The class will run on Thursdays in Nov. and the first week of Dec.

11/9   7pm

11/6    7pm

11/30  7pm

12/7    7pm


If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call or send us an email!  We look forward to seeing you in Somerville in November!

Happy 4th of July!

2017-07-09T01:07:33+00:00July 9th, 2017|

Though a few days late, we wanted to share some information about the American national anthem…

It seems Francis Scott Key is known for writing the words, but perhaps not so many people know where the music comes from.

A British composer and organist by the name of John Stafford Smith, is the man responsible for writing a song called “The Anacreontic Song“.  The tune worked with Scott Key’s lyrics, and the song became popular.  It was first published as “The Star Spangled Banner” by Thomas Carr, of Carss Music Store in Baltimore.

Smith was a collector of music scores, and was responsible for some publications.