I love what jazzvoice.org teacher Darden Purcell did with her students at George Mason University with this video.
Thank you so much Alexis! It was a challenging (first time recording at home) for sure, but so rewarding to see their joy in the finished product! :)
I was doing a virtual concert that fell on the celebration of Eid. I'm not Muslim, but I wanted to commemorate the holiday in song, and I realized there wasn't one in the Great American Songbook tradition. I had the idea to write one, and the time to get it together. Feeling like I can let my creativity manifest, and the time to see things through is my #musicalsilverlining
I’ve really enjoyed getting to learn more about the technology behind pivoting to online teaching and performing. I’ve also been able to be creative with my kids, like an original coronavirus parody my daughter and I wrote her called the “Quarantine Blues”
Love this, John! You and Maya sound terrific together!
Great song and video! Love your daughters great low voice! That's what's up!
I've loved doing virtual concerts and connecting with people around the globe! Also love watching my online students improve weekly and staying in touch with my peers :)
YOU are #MyMusicalSilverLining from this pandemic! Jazzvoice.com has opened up so many new musical opportunities for me and I'm loving the master classes, workshops, and private lessons. 🙏 ❤️ 👏