Plainsong is finishing early this year – just for a change!

Hi Folks,

As you know, I will be taking a jaunt to New York in mid November with the lovely hubby, and the studio will be closing then. I was intending to reopen throughout December but I’ve had a rethink and instead I will be closing the studio early this year to prepare the plans for the new studio.

This means that to all whose invoices are currently paid up and all lessons have been taken, this is the last week of lessons for you this year. If you would like to continue lessons for a few more weeks I can recommend a few very fine teachers for a change of pace.

For those whose invoices are just beginning or not yet fully taken, I will be teaching out your invoices until our departure date. This means if you have had 7 out of ten lessons, I will teach them out. If you have had 2 or 3 out of 5 lessons, I will teach them out also. Most of you have had all your lessons for the invoice.

This early close coincides with 2 big events: the first is I submitted my thesis this week (it’s big for me!). Second, the studio is due for renovations and the windows will be replaced in the front room, putting that space out of action. So I figured it’s a good time to take time out from teaching, give you all an early break, and prepare the groundwork for next year.

I have really enjoyed teaching all of you and I wish you all the very best in your singing endeavours in future. I look forward to seeing you all next year once the studio is up and running!

Meantime, have a brilliant Halloween, Christmas and New Year, and a lovely summer break and I’ll see you in February 2015. Stay tuned for details about the studio.

About Jessica

Dr Jessica O'Bryan PhD is an educator, researcher, singer and author. Her next book on Musical Theatre Education and Training will be published in 2020 through Routledge. Her last book was Teaching Singing in the 21st Century (2014, Springer). She lives in Brisbane in a semi-renovated 20s Queenslander home with her husband, Dougal the Groodle, and all the single ladies (Poppy the Groodle, Lucy the Cat, and the chooks).
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