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Master Class with Alex Rybeck


Wed, Mar 15

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm



5628 Vineland Avenue

North Hollywood, CA 91601

Singers and actors! Do you want to bring your audition material to the next level? Or are you working on a club act and need to coach a particular song? Are you interested in meeting one of the top Broadway musical directors and composers on a rare visit to Los Angeles while he’s here to accompany legendary artist Liz Calloway? This is your chance!

For one night only, Alex Rybeck (see bio below) will teach a master class for singers of all levels and experience at Screenland Studios in Burbank. His technique is superb, his insight invaluable, and he is also a whole lot of fun! Class size is limited so every participant will have a time for a complete personal, hands-on session with coaching and feedback – this is an opportunity that both students and professional singers in musical theater and cabaret cannot afford to miss!

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Alex Rybeck is a musical director, composer, arranger, and pianist, best-known for his work in concerts and cabarets, on recordings, and in the theater. His Broadway credits include Merrily We Roll Along (directed by Hal Prince) and Grand Hotel (directed by Tommy Tune). Regionally, he conducted the world premiere of What the World Needs Now (at The Old Globe), starring Sutton Foster, earning personal praise from Burt Bacharach. Among the many artists has worked with are Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway, Faith Prince, Michael Feinstein, Julie Wilson, Karen Mason, Jeff Harnar, The McGuire Sisters, Eartha Kitt, Amanda McBroom, Donna McKechnie, Jason Graae, Lee Roy Reams, Todd Murray, Tovah Feldshuh, Celia Berk, Metropolitan Opera diva Roberta Peters, “Voice of Hollywood” Marni Nixon, and the legendary Kitty Carlisle Hart, to mention merely a few. His song “What a Funny Boy He Is” was recorded by the late Nancy LaMott.

A graduate of Oberlin College, and the NYU Musical Theater Writing Program (where he was mentored by Stephen Sondheim, Arthur Laurents, Stephen Schwartz, Leonard Bernstein, and Comden & Green), he has presented several evenings of his music in New York, selling out 54 Below and The Metropolitan Room. Among the lyricists he has written with are Carol Hall, Bob Levy, Barbara Fried, Sally Mayes, and the late Michael Stewart. He has earned numerous awards (MAC, Bistro, Nightlife,, etc.) for musical direction and songwriting. He is a member of ASCAP, the Dramatists Guild, and the newly launched New York Songwriters Alliance