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Learn to Sing Harmony with Austin Scelzo

May 31 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Learn to Sing Harmony Flyer

Learn to Sing Harmony with Austin Scelzo

Friday, May 31 at 7pm

Good three-part vocal harmony can be the most exciting part of bluegrass and folk music. Learn the basic terminology of folk style harmony singing (Lead, Tenor, Baritone), how to find your first note, how to “stay in your lane” and not sing what the person next to you is singing, and how to blend.

Learn to sing standards in perfect three-part harmony and develop a natural understanding and approach to harmony singing.

Sign up at: AustinScelzo.com/harmony


Austin Scelzo actively records and performs with the Southern New England-based Bluegrass band, the Rock Hearts (615 Hideaway Records.) Austin is also an active bluegrass community advocate, creating and maintaining the performance venue “Bluegrass Coffeehouse” and launching the Connecticut Bluegrass Music Association.

He was selected as one of 25 candidates for the International Bluegrass Music Association’s “Leadership Bluegrass” after committing his work to performing and serving the bluegrass community. He was nominated for the International Bluegrass Music Association’s “Mentor of the Year” in 2023. In 2024, the Connecticut State Government also named him the 2023 Connecticut Arts Hero, an award that “celebrates the remarkable contributions of Connecticut residents who have made a profound impact in, for, or through the arts.”

After four years as a Darien Public Schools Orchestra teacher, Austin decided to transition from a creative orchestra teacher to a musical entrepreneur. Austin now teaches privately, in person or virtually, offers online courses in creative string playing, harmony vocals, and country/bluegrass fiddle, and hosts Wernick Method group jam classes designed to get folks playing together right away.

Learn more about Austin here.


May 31
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


The Granite Church
5 N. Main Street
Redding, CT 06896 United States
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