CG: NEXT Concert Series Hosts TRIASSIC PARQ Workshop Today, 7/28

July 28, 2012 - by NYC News Desk
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The NEXT Concert series is hosting a masterclass today, July 28th with the creative staff of Triassic Parq a current Off-Broadway hit. It’s an opportunity to brush up on your audition skills while getting the chance to work with some amazing people before their show heads to Broadway andto to raise money for future NEXT concerts.

The masterclass will be held as an audition class. Everyone will get a chance to bring in an audition piece and get positive feedback and a chance to work on it with the panel. It’s also a great chance to get heard by the producers of NEXT. If you’re interested but not a singer there are a limited number of observer slots available.

Participants: $60
Observers: $30

The price of the class also includes a ticket to the show.

Check out for details on the show. For more information about the workshop, email

All proceeds to go benefit NEXT, a concert series that exclusively features the work of a specific composer or lyricist and a rotating group of talented young performers.


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