UPDATE - We didn't realize that May 10th was Mother's Day - so we have changed the date to May 17th. Please be nice to your moms and take them to brunch on May 10th instead.
"Singing From Your Soul" Vocal Workshop
with Lea Gilmore
Sunday May 17, 2015 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
At the Archie Edwards Blues Barbershop
4701 Queensbury Road, Riverdale Park, MD
Cost for the workshop is $25
To reserve your spot email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lea Gilmore will present a two hour workshop featuring “Songs in the Key of Lea” or better put, "how do you know what keys work for you and which ones don't?" Star Spangled Banner Anyone?
Singing together we will take out the mystery of harmonizing. Learn easily how to harmonize with others in your Band." All while singing from our hearts and souls and clapping on "two and four!" We will meet for this workshop at Archie Edwards Blues Barbershop, 4701 Queensbury Road, Riverdale Park, MD. Sunday May 17th from 12 noon to 2:00 pm. Cost for the workshop is $25. Please arrive early to sign in so we can start on time. To reserve (Lea is good fun,. so make sure you get a seat!) this workshop email: email@example.com
“Lea Gilmore is a blues, gospel and jazz singing civic activist who has lent her voice, literally and
figuratively, to advocacy for the underserved of the world and made a huge difference.
Chosen by Essence Magazine as one of the "Top 25 Women Shaping the World," as well as a "Top 100 Woman of Maryland for 2014 for the Daily Record Business Journal. A former deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland and Program Director for
the Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers, in addition Gilmore has testified before local, state and federal commissions on issues ranging from immigration laws to the civil rights and liberties of women of color. Appointed by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, she served for several years as a member of the Maryland Advisory Board to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Lea is presently the Director of Network Coordination for the Moving Maryland Forward Network
A graduate of Morgan State University with a degree in political science and a member of the Pi
Gamma Mu International Honor Society for the Social Sciences, Gilmore also sang in the school's
much-heralded choir, under the direction of the late Dr. Nathan Carter.
Gilmore is a highly sought after lecturer, who frequently speaks on the history of African American music; civil and human rights; and women’s rights, in addition to their historical and contemporary roles in blues and gospel music. Lea has lead music workshops in Russia, Africa, Europe and the UK, as well as sold out concerts across musical genres.