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Acting coach Anya Turner and musical director Robert Grusecki will continue their Vocal Performance Workshop in NYC on Saturdays.......at Nola Studios, 244 W. 54 St. Floor 11 (between B’way and 8th Ave). All professional and aspiring singer/actors are welcome. Utilizing songs from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, pop, and country repertoires, the class is designed to help the actor answer the question “How do I create a vocal performance that will move an audience?” Each class begins with a physical and vocal warm-up and everyone will work every week. The cost is ...
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Anya studied acting with Michael Shurtleff (author of “Audition”), Ginger Friedman, and Harold Guskin. As a singer/actor she has appeared Off-Broadway (“Greetings From Yorkville”, “Cut The Ribbons”), Off-Off-Broadway, in regional theatres across the country, in showcase theatres, waiver theatres, garages, basements and bars. As a lyricist/librettist she has collaborated with composer/lyricist Robert Grusecki on two musicals: “Greetings From Yorkville”, produced at the SoHo Playhouse, directed by Thommie Walsh and Baayork Lee, and “After All, a musical much ado”, at the York Theatre Company. She has also co-written and produced four CD recordings; the latest, “A Party”, is enjoying national and international airplay. Anya and Robert are two-time finalists for the Richard Rodgers Award.
Robert has credits as a conductor/pianist on and off Broadway (“Grand Hotel”, “The Madwoman Of Central Park West”, Manhattan Theatre Club). He studied composition and songwriting with Dominick Argento, Lehman Engel, and Maury Yeston. He has worked with such artists as Karen Akers, Christine Andreas, Kelly Bishop, Cab Calloway, Len Cariou, David Carroll, Carol Channing, Cyd Charisse, Christine Ebersole, Helen Gallagher, Arthur Laurents, Linda Lavin, Priscilla Lopez, Donna McKechnie, Donna Murphy, James Naughton, Phyllis Newman, Jill O’Hara, Mandy Patinkin, Faith Prince, Rita Rudner, Anya Turner, and Tom Wopat.