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Debra Mugnani and special guests perform for your Valentine's Weekend pleasure!

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Debra Mugnani's Spring Series of Variety show Zoomcasts February through April, 2021.

Let's celebrate Valentine's weekend with live music and conversation! Debra will perform songs of good cheer to welcome a brand new year!

February's guest performers: dancer, Pamela Carrara, vocalist/actress/director, Molly McGivern, and vocalist/guitarist Charlie Perkins

Zoom doors open at 5:30 p.m. PST and show from 6 to 7:00 p.m. If you arrive early, or stay after the show you will be able to visit with guests in zoom breakout rooms of your choice. For this special Valentine's weekend event, Tarot card reader, Sandra Ally will be back again offering complimentary 2021 Romance readings in one of the breakout rooms.

Special thanks to our Zoom helpers!


DEBRA MUGNANI sings in a style that is both sophisticated and emotionally direct. Her interpretations of the Great American Songbook show a deep love and respect for the material while adding a delightful spark of personality. Debra’s influences are Ella Fitzgerald, Carmen McCrae and Morgana King. A native of San Francisco, Debra has also been greatly influenced and inspired by vocalists and vocal instructors she has studied with in the Bay Area including Kitty Margolis, Peter Maleitzke, Francis Devlin, Ava Victoria, Claudia Newberry, Faith Winthrop, Jesse Foster, Madeline Eastman and Dena De Rose.

Debra is ever inspired by this quote by Martha Graham. "There is a vitality, a life-force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and be lost. The world will not have it. It is not your business to determine how good it is nor how valuable nor how it compares with other expressions. It is your business to keep it yours clearly and directly, to keep the channel open. You do not even have to believe in yourself or your work. You have to keep open and aware directly to the urges that motivate you. Keep the channel open."

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Pamela Carrara, dancer

Although as a child she was always a mover, dancer and athlete, Pamela Carrara started her formal dance training at age 19, and in 1976 began her teaching career as a dance instructor at the Powell Reilly Dance Studio, a then, long established, highly respected performing arts establishment in San Francisco, CA. She has choreographed, improvised and worked independently, and with local San Francisco Bay Area dance companies, and many accomplished jazz musicians. Her love of movement resulted in a wide vocabulary of movement training that includes jazz, ballet, modern, tap, gymnastics, improvisational techniques, various ethnic styles, and partner dancing, as well as, yoga, martial arts, healing intrinsic movement and energy work. Her main dance teachers include Anna Halprin, Ed Mock and Ann Marie Garvin.

Pamela is also a renowned yoga and integral educator, coach, consultant, and speaker who founded the San Francisco Yoga School (SFYS) in 1999, and Fine Body Yoga™ (FBY™) in 2010. She is also a body, and essential oil therapist.

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Molly McGivern, vocalist, composer, director

Renaissance woman, Molly McGivern studied psychology, literature and theatre at McGill University in Montreal where she researched "cultural chameleonness." Part-Hawaiian and native to San Francisco, she has taken on the role of “cultural chameleon” by way of nomadic practices and multi-disciplinary pursuits. Currently residing in Montreal, Molly writes, teaches music, works in film and composes music.

As an actor, Molly's performances have varied from high-budget Hollywood productions to San Francisco’s underground immersive theatre experiences and musical theatre performances in Kona coffee land's historic Aloha Theatre. She trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, The Academy of Film and Television in Honolulu, and at Michael Howard Studios Summer Conservatory in New York. Theatre credits include leading roles as Evita, “Evita,” Maria, "The Sound of Music," Shelby, "Steel Magnolias,"

As a young violinist, Molly toured in Germany, Austria, the British Isles and Hawaii with San Francisco's Villa Sinfonia Chamber Orchestra.

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Guitarist, Charlie Perkins

Charlie Perkins is a longtime amateur guitarist and sings bass in local choral groups. He has specialized in classical guitar for a good while but also plays jazz arrangements and a bit of rock & roll. He is married to Sherry Hagen and has two sons, one daughter, and four plus three grandchildren.

Professionally, Charlie specialized in the design of wireless communication systems. His work in the Internet Engineering Task Force brought him to many places around the world.

He has had a long involvement with naturist groups including Lupin Lodge. He has also been a long-time member of HAI Global (Human Awareness Institute), and continues to believe in a world where everyone wins.

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