As a singer and songwriter, Dana has appeared on over 30 million records. Her songs can be heard all over the world on radio, TV, in film and even in toys. She has worked with acclaimed artists such as Celine Dion, Elton John, *NSYNC and Train, to name a few. Dana’s interest in Sound Healing began 15 years ago and profoundly changed her relationship to singing and creating and ignited in her a passion for teaching and sharing the gift of music.
A graduate of Brown University, Dana also studied at The Manhattan School of Music. She currently teaches voice and songwriting at New York University and privately in NYC and NJ. Dana is often asked to speak at conferences on the creative and healing power of music and the voice.
Visit DanaCalitri.com to learn more about Dana. She is also available for Sound Healing for singers as well as private instruction.
Audrey Berger loved to sing. She earned a music degree in Aesthetic Studies from UC Santa Cruz and became Executive Producer/creative director of several highly respected music companies in NYC. Then in 2008 she was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease. Music became her coping mechanism. But when she learned that singing had saved her speaking voice, she contacted her colleague Dana Calitri. Together they founded Sing For Your Health in the hope of helping others. Last year Audrey signed a publishing deal and her debut novel “Circus Of The Queens” is set to be released this fall. She plays guitar and sings nightly to her husband.
Born in London, England, Martin signed his first record deal with EMI while still at art school, recording his first single at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. He then signed to George Martin as an artist and went on to become an important part of the London studio scene as an arranger, vocalist and one of the top session guitarists around. After moving to New York he toured and recorded with Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson and Ellen Foley, then signed to Mercury Records and released three solo albums, including his top 40/MTV hit single "Salt in My Tears". As a songwriter his songs have appeared on albums for artists such as Celine Dion, *NSYNC, Michael Bolton, Kenny Loggins, Pat Benatar, Gregg Allman and Barry Manilow.
Doug Hall is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who is also an accomplished composer of music for commercials, films, television and other media. Currently owner and creative director at PROPELLER Music in Montclair, NJ, Doug has written and produced the music for well over 1,000 TV spots. His music has also appeared in feature films, prime-time TV, and major-label recordings.
Sariah is a Billboard Club Charting recording artist who is thrilled to be a part of the Sing for Your Health movement. The Multi-Talented Dance/Pop Artist, known affectionately as the “Queen of Hearts," exploded onto the scene in 2010 with her Billboard Club Chart hit “Deep N Luv," quickly followed by her second Billboard Club Chart single. Her first single hit the Billboard Club chart with key stations such as BPM on Sirius/XM Radio who began spinning it in regular rotation. Her follow up YouTube music videos have over a million views in counting.
Sariah's music is also all available on iTunes. Her live show is where her heart is most of all. You can see her perform all over the country with both her unplugged shows and her upbeat dance club albums! Be sure to visit her website for music, videos, tour dates and more: www.SariahMusicNow.com.