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1. Musical Theatre Experience for Women+!

At one of the Open Sings earlier this year, I met a wonderful musician and teacher, Kristin Vining, who hosts an annual summer program in Washington called the Musical Theatre Experience. This year presented the organizers with the unique opportunity to create an online version that can reach everyone in the world, beyond their local community. And the MTE team invited me to join them as a visiting guest artist!

There are still spaces available for the week-long program "Finding Your Artistic Voice," where you will learn creative self-discovery and expression tools through physical movement, vocal exploration, and Viewpoints-based theater techniques. I will be teaching along with fellow faculty members Vining, Anna Newbury, and Julie Jones.

Finding Your Artistic Voice
August 10 - 14
7pm - 9pm PT / 10pm - midnight ET

And if you're an East Coast night owl like me, this class would be a great fit for you!

Click the button below to register.
Musical Theatre Experience for Women+: Register Here!
2. Lush Tongue: Sound Meditation, Improv and Musings #33
Click on "Video" on the side menu of the Lush Tongue page
to view the latest episode.
Lush Tongue: Sound Meditation, Improv and Musings #33
Tuesdays at 8pm EST

Make a contribution through CashApp or Venmo:

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Suggested Contribution: $10-$20
All amounts welcome!
Thanks for your support!

3. Sunday Platform with Onome at NY Society for Ethical Culture

At last, the video of the last live performance I did in 2020, from all the way back in January. Enjoy, sing along, leave a positive comment, like, and subscribe!
4. Soul Incites: Self-Development Book Club Discussion

Live Discussion in the Facebook Group this Thursday!
July 30
8pm ET

I'm hosting a live discussion of Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts in my Facebook group, Soul Incites: Self-Development Book Club. We're discussing chapters 4 - 10. The recording will be posted in the private Facebook group. I will also share Sneak Peeks of upcoming chapters in Read-aloud videos of excerpts that I find particularly poignant and insightful throughout the week. So join today if you are a woman who loves books and personal development. Guys, spread the word to the women you love!

Click the button to join the Facebook group and get the discussion call details. 
Soul Incites: Self-Development Book Club
The purpose of Soul Incites: Self-development Book Club (SDBC) is to bring my extensive background as a teacher and workshop facilitator to the online sphere by providing a space where women can witness and support each other in our growth journeys by harnessing the wisdom of personal development texts. We are covering a diverse range of topics such as mindset transformation, energy work, money, relationships, clearing trauma, creating breakthroughs, specific self-development techniques and healing modalities, spiritual and metaphysical approaches to personal development, and more.
Who is Onome?
Onome is a cosmic creatrix in the multiverse of ritualized collective sound. She opens hearts by generating a field of courage for all voices to emerge. Her facilitation style is based on visceral, intuitive, multi-modal listening, and skillfully calibrated spontaneity that invites transcendence.

Through her audience-interactive performances, workshops and sound installations, Onome embodies joy, enchantment, and infinite possibility. She is a partner artist at Carnegie Hall as a core member of the vocal improvisation ensemble, Moving Star.

She has performed sound poetry at hundreds of venues nationally, recorded soundscapes for podcasts, and created vocal film scores. She received her MFA in Performance Studies at Pratt Institute. She is the artistic director for Lush Tongue, a vocal improvisation project where sound, creativity, self-discovery, connection, and joy converge through singing—via sound healing sessions, workshops, vocal coaching, retreats, and concerts. She leads Soul Incites, a women's self-development book club. She got her start in spoken word poetry and opera via Nuyorican Poets Cafe and New York University, and now facilitates community vocal immersions at concert halls, conferences, galleries, museums, schools, cultural centers, shelters, prisons, parks, churches, online, wherever voices gather.
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