The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program
42 Douglass Street, Keene, NH 03431
• Born and raised in NY, NY Lives in Keene, New Hampshire since 1980
• Married with 2 children, ages 23 and 18
• Has had her own businesses since 1985.
• Began teaching music in 2006
THE FEAR OF SINGING BREAKTHROUGH PROGRAM:
Learn to Sing Even if You Think You Can’t Carry a Tune!
Singing is everybody’s birthright. Singing is not an “either you have it or you don’t” kind of thing — everyone can learn to sing, and find their place in the world of singing and music-making. Singing has always been part of every culture throughout time, and it brings us both closer to ourselves and closer to each other. Singing makes us healthier, happier, more expressive, and fulfilled.
To help “non-singers,” beginning singers, and anyone who wants to feel freer and more expressive with their voice
• The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program Book (with online Audio Tracks and Videos)
• Singing lessons for beginners
• Singing workshops for beginners
• 6-Week Online Program
MUSIC ALL AROUND:
All people are innately musical, and that the benefits of community music-making are profound, and available to everybody — even those with no musical experience.
• Early childhood music classes
• Music Classes for children with disabilities
• Music-based team building workshops for businesses and organizations
“For those just beginning to step bravely into the world of singing this book provides a clear, comprehensive and supportive guide toward getting over internal doubt and fear and making the journey into the transformative possibilities of the human voice.”
— Mary Knysh, Founder of Rhythmic Connections
Teacher/Trainer for Music for People
“With kindness, playfulness, and heart, Nancy will help you explore your voice and reclaim the joy and courage we all had singing as children.”
— Shendl Diamond, LikeMinds Press
“Salwen’s writing is from the heart, and her knowledge is experiential; her range of teaching and singing experience shines through in this approachable and interactive book. Those who love to read a book from cover to cover will find lots of useful information, and those who prefer to jump right in and try things will find handy lists, exercises and tips. Salwen breaks down the skills of singing and helps readers recognize the skills they already have.”
— Dr. Irene M. Feher, D.Mus.
Professor of Voice, Concordia University
Nancy Salwen grew up in New York city where she was raised on the folk music of the 60s. As a teenager she developed an interest in the traditional music of our culture and other cultures, and this continues to be a passion for her. A long-time resident of Keene, NH, she has sung with Animaterra, Halcyon ensemble, Keene World Harmony Chorus, and attends Village Harmony singing camps. Her love of community singing informs all of her teaching.
Nancy Salwen teaches singing to “non-singers” through her program, The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program™, in workshops and lessons, and is author of the book (and online program), “The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program: Learn to Sing Even if You Think You Can’t Carry a Tune!” She is a certified Music for People improvisation facilitator, and is a center director and teacher with Music Together®, the renowned early childhood family music and movement program, and teaches early childhood music programs in a variety of schools.
She teaches singing lessons in-person and over Skype, and runs both live and online workshops. Contact Nancy at 603-357-4693 or email@example.com. Visit www.FearOfSinging.com for more information.
Nancy Salwen teaches singing to “non-singers” through her program, “The Fear of Singing Program: Learn to Sing Even if You Think You Can’t Carry a Tune™”. She is a certified Music for People music improvisation workshop facilitator, and the director of Music Together® for Monadnock Families, and teaches early childhood music and movement classes in area schools.
Salwen is the author of the book (and online program), “The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program: Learn to Sing Even if You Think You Can’t Carry a Tune™,” available at bookstores and on Amazon.
She teaches lessons in-person and over Skype, and runs both live and online workshops. Contact Nancy at 603-357-4693 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.FearOfSinging.com for more information.