Over the past few weeks, a substantial part of my income has just disappeared into thin air. And I am not the only one, most of my students’ income stems mostly from the arts. I understand that making a financial commitment to a new program can be a really tough decision right now.
Within days of the first countries going into lockdown, I saw numerous free offers and discounts popping up on the social media. But it wasn’t the pricing that bothered me, it was the language around it. It sounded like online classes are less than.
To be honest, this hurt me a little. I have taught online for a few years now with great student successes. I wouldn’t have had access to Broadway-level coaching without the internet. Top-notch classes have been held online for a long time. Because we know: It isn’t better or worse than in-person classes, it’s just different.
So instead of pricing everything down, I have used the extra time to roll out some of my gifts to you sooner than I had planned.
I’m offering you the chance to use this time to get to know me without making a financial commitment.
This pandemic has hit us all. We can’t say that it has hit us all equally, but it HAS hit us all. We’re all in this together. And what I’ve been noticing over the last couple of weeks has been solidarity and mutual inspiration among artists. And I am truly thankful for that.