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This program connects art and soul and in so doing, it changes each person who participates. It creates communion, community, friendship and love. And this program is for artists at any place in their lives or their craft. I came to the Tuscany Project not knowing what to expect or what I would learn. And I have come away with a vast wealth of new skills, friends, and experiences. Through group singing, working at the piano and taking all of these experiences into my heart, I have found a new way to sing and the courage to bring my soul onto the stage. This was the best instruction I have received in 20+ years of professional training.
— Shana Pennington-Baird Director at Seattle Voice Institute
A year on, I am still feeling the effects of the project and my creativity has just shot up. I‘ve never sung so well, or been so unafraid to explore, and to do that in a live performance context. Every time I go out on stage it‘s almost irrelevant that there is an audience; I just want to let rip
— Louise Rutkowski, (This Mortal Coil) singer and recording artist, London, England
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The Tuscany Project is important, not just for singing, but for art in general. It reminds us that we live in a diverse community, each with our own unique talents that are essential to its growth. We thrive together.
— Jesi Mullins, New York Actor/Singer
The work is extremely profound and the place is paradise, magical, with lovely people around... what a privilege to be here
— Judith K. Jordáky, financial analyst, Switzerland
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This place is paradise ... and the teachers are masters. It could not have been better!
— David Feehan, master voice teacher and professional recording artist, New Zealand