The Cabaret & Performance Conference Fellows Program is a dynamic opportunity for performers to refine their skills and stage presence under the direction of an accomplished team of professionals. During an intense two-week period, this conference provides artistic guidance and expert instruction to a handful of participants chosen by application and invitation.
With six hours of classes daily, Fellows receive one-on-one coaching from leading music directors, work with world-class guest artists, and prepare for a public performance, as well as participate in night time open mic sessions. Areas of study include song selection, ear training, mic technique, harmony, and group dynamics. Award-winning artists Lennie Watts and Natalie Douglas serve as the programs’ Master Teachers, and are joined via in-person and virtual classes by Barb Jungr, Betty Buckley, Ken Page, Marilyn Maye, and Matthew Scott, with music directors Tracy Stark, Mark Hartman & Steven Cuevas.
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