So You Want to Sing Cabaret is a fitting volume to bring this far-reaching, first-of-its-kind set to its appropriate conclusion, sending the series out on a high note.
When it came to producing this Guide For Performers NATS had the benefit of two authors who have spent their lives immersed in the cabaret community as entertainers, as leaders, as teachers . . . Clearly, Matsuki and Sabella are devoted to the industry and to the art form that has nurtured their individual artistic souls, rendering them a natural choice for such an endeavor.”
I applaud the author-editors. . . for a yeoman job. They took on the task of creating a "guide for performers" of cabaret. In its 400 pages, the book offers a cornucopia of good advice and one inspiring example after the other. The compendium is appreciated for filling an important void, first and foremost, by defining the practice of singer's cabaret and its craft. . . . I am interested to see how the book So You Want to Sing Cabaret will be used as the guide it hopes to be, the manual that can set the cabaret performer, and their traveling companions of pianists, voice teachers, coaches and directors, on a journey to successful practice and broader audiences.
6/26/20: Watch NATS' virtual book launch event “So You Want to Sing Cabaret Presents ‘Stars of Cabaret in Words and Song.”
8/7/21, Broadway World: This article covered how So You Want to Sing Cabaret is used for college courses.
12/2/21, Times Square Chronicles: Sabella is featured in this article on music news, and the book is mentioned.