Tag Archives: Singing

Singers Unlimited

8699 Highland Dr
Sandy, UT 84093-1697
(801) 944-2322

Since 1984 Singers Unlimited has provided thousands of students the opportunity for high quality singing and dancing instruction with professional performing experiences. We are convieniently located in Sandy, Utah and have students from Draper, Murray, West Jordan, Herriman, Midvale and Park City. We offer classes that combine the best of singing and dancing lessons, and let your child take center stage! Our belief is that we are not only providing our students with excellent skills but, experiences that will last them a life time!

Previous Featured Performances Include:

  • Ultimate Utah Celebration
  • “Day of Celebration”-Rice Eccles Stadium
  • Red Hot 4th of July
  • Jazz Games
  • Utah-Moscow Winter Games
  • 2002 Olympic Winter Games
  • Special Olympics
  • International Mens Volleyball Championships
  • Karl Malone Foundation
  • Diabetes Foundation
  • Xango Convention
  • Joseph and his Amazing….with Donny Osmond

Zumba Fitness Classes in Sandy, Utah

Looking for a fun and effective way to exercise and burn extra calories? Then ditch the workout and join the party! Singer’s Unlimited Studio in Willow Creek area of Sandy is offering Zumba classes for ages 14+. Zumba is a combination of Latin and international rhythms and easy to follow moves. It’s a great cardio workout – you will burn 500-1000 calories in one hour! Zumba also provides full body toning. But most of all – it’s FUN!!! You will love it.

Wed 7-8 pm, Sat 9-10 am, Sun 9-10 am.

Cost: $7 drop-in rate, $5 with 10-class punch card, prepaid.

Instructor: Karine Ganom, Zumba Basic I, Zumba Toning and Zumbatomic (Zumba for Kids) certified instructor

No registration or membership required! Stop by and check us out.

Questions? E-mail Karine at [email protected] or call 801-971-0144

Rockapella

Rockapella reached its first milestone as a featured performer on the PBS television special Do It A Cappella, hosted by acclaimed filmmaker Spike Lee. Created to showcase the supreme capability and virtuosity of the human voice, the program was a perfect platform for Rockapella’s talent and infectious energy to be noticed.

When their appearance on Do It A Cappella hit the airwaves, the doo-wop stereotype of vocal group pop music was crushed and crushed so hard that PBS eagerly came calling again. They quickly requested Rockapella not only write and record the theme music for their soon-to-be-hit show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? but asked that the group star in the show as the house band. The daily Rockapellafest of Carmen brought ten million viewers every week for the next five years, and to this very day, at every concert the group performs, the crowd screams to hear the theme song they remember from the show. It’s music for the entire family!

Rockapella