I first met Susan Osborn after a 2 month fight with her flyer for a workshop at John Hopkin’s University in April 1989. I was terrified that her flyer was wrong where she said, “No one is tone-dear!” I feared public humiliation to be her first failure–hence the 2 month struggle. There were about 100 people in attendance. Some also thought they were tone-deaf but many were even professional singers. Some had been to several of Susan’s workshops and concerts and some travelled many hours to get to Maryland.

As soon as Susan Osborn opened her mouth the sounds were soooooo beautiful and her presence so bright, I knew I wanted some of what she offered. She is even better known in Japan where she has won many awards. Go to her website SusanOsborn.com and hear her angelic voice!

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