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Carole is a classical trained pop/jazz singer, vocal arranger songwriter, and educator. She is a teaching artist and artist in residence for Young Audiences New York. She teaches Broadway, Pop, Jazz singing as well as Glee Club and Musical Theater. She began singing in church and at the home of Count Basie. 


At age 16, she opened up for James Brown at Yankee Stadium. She began her career as a classical singer attending Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and Julliard School of Music. Ms. Sylvan’s classical performances include the role of Cherubino in The Marriage of Figaro, Adele in Der Fledermaus and Bess in Porgy and Bess at Brooklyn College Opera. During, Carole’s junior year in college she went on the road with a Show band for 44 weeks. Carole started writing songs with the Fatback band and performed lead vocals on the bands first hit song Money which became their first gold record.  She also won the Ed Sullivan award for outstanding artists.  In 2019 she sang on Charlie Karp's final studio album, "Back To You".  In 2020 she was a Teaching Artist Honoree.  In 2021 Carole released a 10 song album, "Love" that debuted at #9 on Relix album chart.  The album was recorded at Horizon Music Studio in West Haven, CT.  In 2023 she was inducted into the New England Music Hall of Fame.



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