LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE PROGRAM
FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION THAT
IS BOTH EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINING?
TEARS, JOY AND HOPE:
YIDDISH SONGS OF THE
is a concert that brings life and vitality to the words and music of Jewish composers and poets that perished in the Holocaust. Through well-researched talking points Harriet tells the captivating story behind each song. A PowerPoint presentation of the translations allows the viewer to understand every word of Yiddish they hear. And a professional ensemble of accordion and cello balances the overall mood of the program. For more information:
“Next Performance March 31, 2019”
Congregation Beth Shalom, Wilmington, DE Click Here for Info
Sing for Pleasure or Professionally
Dying to sing, but the notes come out off tune? Have that audition coming up and need polish? Or, just want to belt it out at a party and have fun. Singing is a learned art and you can sing, guaranteed. All you need to do is show up for your lesson!
Experience and Expertise
At 17, she became a contracted section leader and soloist for several different churches and synagogues. Whether, performing a solo recital, an operatic lead, premiering a new musical or singing with a Klezmer band, Harriet is home on the stage.
Speak so Others Listen
Terrified to speak in front of others? For those brave enough, do you put your audience to sleep, rather than wake them up? Is your voice static, rather than varied? Are there more ahs and ums then content? If you have breath, there is hope!
I’m pleased with all the positive feed-back I am receiving on my newly found voice.” John Mackinson, age 70
“I wouldn’t even sing Happy Birthday at parties! We worked on my singing voice in order to improve my speaking voice — and now I’m just inches away from trying karaoke. How liberating!” Shelley Perez, age 44