Working up or perfecting your New York City jazz moods or repertoires

If you have been living in New York City all of your life, you may already have the impression that you are gifted. There are many good reasons for this. One of them is the richness of variety. This comes by way of a multitude of cultures which have inspired hundreds of sidewalk cafés and bistros and restaurants of many flavors, traditional or utterly new. It is the same with music. An avid lover of jazz, perhaps, you have lost count of the number of jazz singer new york billboards being put up around every other pillar or post that you pass by in your neighborhood.

The musical inspiration, of course, is not confined to New Yorkers. Many music fans from around the world, those who have been privileged to do so, have flocked to the famous music halls from Broadway to Carnegie Hall to hear some of the world’s best known jazz and classical musicians play before them for limited or extended periods of time. No less privileged are those, local or visiting who stroll through the city’s famous Central Park to hear gifted musicians play for them, whether purely out of love for their genre, or to make ends meet.

Local or visiting, maybe you’ve been there. Maybe you’ve been plying your trade in the Park or a station corner. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could benefit with a little extra help from a friend of music. Locate a specialist in your genre or a worldly journeyman or woman who can hone your skills as a jazz or classical musician or tenor or songbird. Come down off of your soap box and go forward in your career making your voice or chords heard.