Let’s assume that, by now, you’ve heard that NBC renewed The Sing-Off for a fourth season this winter. Now that it’s sunken in, I just wanted to reiterate how excited all of us on the Boston Sings team were to hear that news, and how particularly excited we were to realize we had a pretty high density of Sing-Off alumni (both performers and behind the scenes types) already attending BOSS. With that knowledge and a few discussions with Deke Sharon (who is coincidentally The Sing-Off’s Vocal Producer), we put into motion a plan to provide the most opportunities for attendees to interact with and learn from these experienced individuals.
In addition to a selection of workshops and panels geared toward these topics, we have Deke and Executive Producer Sam Weisman on board for a series of private audition-esque assessments. Here’s the deal: You (and your group) prepare a short, audition-ready song—90 seconds, in the spirit of real Sing-Off performances, and so you have more time to interact and receive feedback—and sing it for Deke and Sam. Have some other material prepared just in case, but it’s just that easy.
To be a part of this, all you have to do is buy your entire group’s All-Access Passes by next Monday, March 25th, and stay tuned to bostonsings.com. We’ll post an open link for sign-ups, and they’ll be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis as long as time allows.
As if I wasn’t excited enough for the weekend already, now I can’t wait to see all the eager entrants and potential season four crowd favorites prepping and showing their stuff. So everybody get in quick, because time and space is finite. At least at BOSS; I never got to theoretical physics.
Alex Koutzoukis is the BOSS Executive Producer