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Below you will find all of my Cabaret interviews and classes through 92Y School of Music. 

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Welcoming performers, directors, and journalists, these conversations will delve into the history and current state of this unique performance style. Each conversation will also include a Q&A session for the participants. This series won the 2022 MAC Award for Virtual Presentation. Past guests have included KT Sullivan, Joe Iconis, Karen Mason and Chita Rivera. 

Upcoming guests:

Mon 1/9: Lee Roy Reams
Mon 1/30: Faith Prince
Mon 2/27: Ari Axelrod
Mon 3/27: Anita Gillette

To register visit:

$20 per session

You can also purchase recordings of all previous sessions: KT Sullivan, Joe Iconis, David Sabella & Sue Matsuki, Karen Mason, Natalie Douglas, Chita River, Sidney Myer, Jinkx Monsoon, Telly Leung, Lennie Watts & Amy Wolk, T Oliver Reid, Susie Mosher, John McDaniel, Lina Koutrakos, Eric Michael Gillett, Lillias White, Ben Cameron, Ricky Ritzel, Adam Feldman, 

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Cabaret is a unique style of singing and musical performance that is known for its intimacy and the emphasis it places on the lyric. It is also an art-form that allows performers of all levels to find a stage. Whether the audience is full of friends and family, or a room full of strangers, that audience becomes the performer’s silent scene partner. The performer’s own connection to and interpretation of the lyric, engages with the intimate audience. In this class, students will bring in songs they are familiar with and work to find their unique and honest take on the lyrics and how to communicate their meaning and intention with an audience. The class will culminate with a performance at a NYC Cabaret venue.


Next Session Begins:

Tuesday January 10, 2023

$415 (6 weeks + performance)

For more information or to register visit:

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Using video and audio recordings of influential performers throughout the decades, the series will explore the history of the art form and where it is headed into the future.  The class is broken down into four sections

Next Session: TBA

Week 1: European beginnings to  1940s New York

Week 2: New York Cabaret 1950s-1960s

Week 3: New York Cabaret 1970s-1980s

Week 4: New York Cabaret 1990-today and looking ahead


For information or to register visit:

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