The arts are all about relationships: the relationship between actors in a scene, between musicians in a group, between a singer and a song, between a writer and a reader, between an artist and an audience. It all begins, however, with that most important of artistic relationships — the one between student and teacher. Or, on a deeper level, the bond between artist and mentor.
Spot-On Arts Academy was created with that artist/mentor connection in mind. We aim to give you more than just a teacher. We aim to give you a mentor — someone who takes the journey with you, who gives of their passion, and who shares in your joy as you grow and hone your skills.
Spot-On Arts Academy is comprised of award-winning artists from the worlds of Broadway, cabaret, film, television, radio and more. You will be taught and mentored by some of the best and most passionate artists working today. They will share with you what they’ve learned along the way and give insight into what they do better than almost anyone in the world. How great is that?
I’m a big believer in gratitude and giving thanks. It is one of the great gifts of my life to travel the world making music. As a result I get to meet some incredibly talented people. I meet them after every concert, at every master class, on every stage: extraordinarily gifted people of all ages with a dream who just need a chance to make that dream come true. Many of the folks I’ve met over the years are now on this faculty. I am honored to be able to share them with you.
We look forward to welcoming you to our family and to all the great things you’re going to do.
Spot-On Arts Academy’s mission is to grow and reinforce your talents while building your confidence and expanding your knowledge of a career in the arts.
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