Janice Edwards Voice Studio Performance Class
Saturday, Oct. 29 – Janice Edwards Voice Studio performance class with Charlie Blood, invaluable collaborative pianist, sopranos Janet Mailing Wittenberg and Janet Boutin struttin’ their stuff with jazz and pop songs. Janet B. sang 3 Kern songs (one of the very BEST composers of lyrical jazz and musical theatre repertoire). Janet Boutin delivered these Kern…Read More
It’s been just over a week since TUNDI’s Wagner in Vermont Festival ended with a stunning production of “Die Walkure” at the Latchis Theatre on Saturday, August 27. Words fail me when I try to express the joy I felt throughout the 2 week rehearsal/performance period…the artists, my colleagues, were superior in every way…talented, collegial,…Read More
Granite State NATS winners!
My 4 lovely students have done themselves, and me, very proud this year. Most NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) chapters have annual competitions for both classical and musical theatre divisions. Our chapter is, naturally, the Granite State chapter. 2021 has been a banner year for the Janice Edwards Voice Studio. Here are the 4…Read More
The Janice Edwards Voice Studio – movin’ on up!
In 2020, I was able to move from the 2nd floor of 83 Hanover Street in Manchester, NH, to a larger space on the 4th floor. This was a beautiful space with natural light and 4 walk-in closets with built-in shelves…a dream come true for many reasons (not the least of which – storage for my…Read More
Three Janice Edwards Voice Studio Students Chosen for the NH All-State Chorus
I am so proud of my 3 high school students who have been chosen to participate in NH All-State Chorus: Rae Pizzi – Londonderry High School – “So Pretty” (Bernstein)Julia Caselden – Pinkerton Academy – “Beau Soir” (Debussy)Lydia Richman – John Stark High School – “Over the Rainbow” (Arlen) It goes without saying that “chorus”…Read More
Coping in the Time of Covid – How I’ve Kept My Voice Studio Open and Connected to My Students
March 13, 2020 is a date few of us will ever forget. Who could have predicted, at the beginning of the new year, the scope of the tragedy that has befallen our world? On March 12, 2020, I flew from Logan Airport to Atlanta to visit my sister Anita. I had purchased tickets for us…Read More