Smooth Dancing-Body Flow
Singing Call Techniques
Tuition fee covers the July 13-18, 2003 sessions. The fee does not include lodging or meals, although coffee and light snacks will be provided. Also included is a 400+ page caller manual, containing information on the CALLERLAB recommended subjects covered. Upon receipt of your application and deposit of $50, I will provide additional information regarding what to wear, what to bring, and how to prepare to get the most out of this caller's school. Please bring a partner to dance with during the calling sessions. Follow the link for more information on lodging in the Fresno area, or click on the link above for the Best Western -Cole down the street from the venue.
PLEASE REGISTER EARLY -- ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED!
JULY 13-18, 2003
Name:____________________________________ Partner: __________________________________
Phone: ( ____ ) _______________ Calling Experience: _______________________________________
E-mail Address: _____________________________________________________________________
Mail application and deposit to: Frank Lescrinier, 1720 W. Arrow Route #83, Upland, CA 91786-7621 (909) 981-0230
For information on applying for a scholarship to this Caller's School, contact Bill and Peggy Heyman . Bill and Peggy have been very supportive in promoting and furthering caller education. Please thank them for their support. The 1998 school had two scholarship recipients attend the school. Thank you Bill and Peggy for your contribution and support!
Comments from some students attending the 2002 Caller's School...
Do you feel you got
what you came for?
"A very intensive and complete intro to becoming a professional caller."
Were your questions thoroughly and professionally answered?
“Yes, each topic was thoroughly discussed.”
“Very Much so.”
How do you feel about
the content of the lectures?
“Full of information – also found the notebook very helpful.”
Doyou have any additional comments…?
“I found both you (Frank) and Nasser to be two (2) very dedicated persons. This made for a very good week of learning. Went into the week looking for basics (which I got), and left school with an idea of doing more.”