Find Your Voice: Skills for Seniors Who Love to Sing (Online)

2:00pm, Thu, 26 Jan 2023

  • Event Details
  • Type of event: Workshop
    Start time: 2:00pm
    End time: 2:30pm
    Venue: Online - Register to receive a link
    Description: Find Your Voice: Skills for Seniors Who Love to Sing (Online)

    Registration for this program is now closed. For more information, please contact

    Start the New Year on the Right Note!
    Join Island A Cappella Director Jamie Feinberg as she leads participants in six weeks of informative, interactive 30-minute sessions to help seniors keep singing in healthy and productive ways.
    Find Your Voice: Skills for Seniors Who Love to Sing will take place in two formats:
    • In-person at the Charlottetown Rural High School, from 6:15 - 6:45 pm for 6 consecutive Wednesdays, beginning Wednesday, January 11, 2023
    • Online via Zoom from 2:00 - 2:30 pm for 6 consecutive Thursdays, beginning Thursday, January 12, 2023
    NO prior singing experience is necessary - just a willingness to have fun and meet new friends who share your joy of singing, in a safe and supportive environment. 
    Topics to be covered will include:
    • Week #1 – Overview & Breath As The Foundation 
    • Week #2 – Pitch Placement 
    • Week #3 – Ear Training As We Age 
    • Week #4 – Reading Sheet Music 
    • Week #5 – Storytelling & Performance 
    • Week #6 – Singing for Seniors Q&A
    The sessions are available at NO COST to seniors, thanks to a grant from the PEI Senior's Secretariat. Attendees may choose the in-person or online option or a combination of both! 
    Registration Information
    To register, please complete this simple online form at this link: or you can call 902-992-0000 to speak with one of our chorus members.
    About Your Presenter 
    Jamie Feinberg (she/her/hers) joined Island A Cappella as Musical Director in January 2022. She is a performing artist, educator, virtual assistant, and life coach, with a B.A. in music from Smith College and an M.S. in community economic development from Southern New Hampshire University. She spent the past five years travelling, teaching and performing across the U.S. with her husband, Ross Malcolm Boyd, while simultaneously developing online music education and virtual assistant businesses. She and her husband created several programs for seniors, including an intro to ukulele program and a theatre improvisation for older adults program. After spending the early part of her career as a professional musical director, arts educator, and performer, she started her own theatre company in New Hampshire in 2010, and in 2020 she completed a life coaching program to help sensitive, aspiring adventurers get the confidence & tools to bring their own dreams to life. In August of 2021, she and her husband realized another dream: returning to Charlottetown (after a honeymoon visit in 2014), where her husband is studying music at UPEI. You may also find Jamie on PEI stages as a Soprano singer in Luminos Ensemble, a Charlottetown-based professional choir of trained vocal soloists who are passionate about small ensemble performance.