Fostering a Love for the Outdoors / Creating a Sense of Community / Developing Leadership and Life Skills


860.677.8458


50 Winding Trails Drive, Farmington, CT 06032

Fostering a Love for the Outdoors / Creating a Sense of Community / Developing Leadership and Life Skills


860.677.8458


50 Winding Trails Drive, Farmington, CT 06032

Program Registration

 

Farmington Valley Acoustic Festival- Vocal Workshop

Vocal Coaching Workshop with Nashville recording artist Kay Pere. Come and learn some career changing vocal tips with Nashville recording artist, award-winning singer-songwriter, and a nationally known vocal and creativity coach Kay Pere. Kay has been a Director for the Connecticut Songwriters Association since 1997, and she presents regularly at national music conferences. Her piano-propelled folk-rock, with finely crafted lyrics, has been performed in such noted CT venues as the Shubert Theater, Garde Arts Center, Cheney Hall, Seven Angels Theater, University of Hartford, Sacred Heart University, and the Vanilla Bean Cafe. Beyond New England, she has performed internationally with the LUNCH Ensemble, with the Steve Chapin Band, as part of a select choir at New York's Avery Fischer Hall, and on stages in New York, Nashville, Dallas and L.A. Kay has recorded in Nashville with a Gammy winning producer and world class musicians. One of her songs has been recorded by the great Melba Moore. More at www.kaypere.com. Registration to this workshop includes a ticket to the festival.

Sessions

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1Saturday, October 193:45pm to 4:45pmSaturdayOpen


 

 

Your Backyard...The Way It Should Be

 

 

Winding Trails

50 Winding Trails Drive, Farmington, CT 06032

Phone 860.677.8458    Fax 860.676.9407

Winding Trails, Inc. is a non-profit organization serving people from Farmington and surrounding communities, providing year round recreational and educational activities for the enjoyment and growth of families and individuals of all ages. Winding Trails is dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of the natural woodlands and waterways that allow outdoor programming, character development, and other activities that strengthen the lives of those we serve.