Wendy Sayvetz

Wendy Sayvetz is a singer/guitarist with a crystal clear soprano voice often compared to that of Judy Collins, Joan Baez, and Enya.

For almost twenty years Wendy has serenaded thousands of people every week as they pass through Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station, selling over 40,000 copies of her five self-produced recordings.  Her sixth and newest CD, “The Cloths
of Heaven” was released in May, 2009.

She has also performed at: Symphony Space, The White House, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the United Nations, the Algonquin Hotel/Oak Room, Caffe Lena,
the Intercontinental/Barclay Hotel, the Lycian Centre for the Performing Arts, BargeMusic,The Rye Arts Center, Levitt Pavilion, Coe Hall/Planting Fields Arboretum, Ellis Island Museum, and The Fast Folk Café as well as Venice (Italy) Carnivale and on the Community Concerts circuit throughout the United States.

Her singing has been featured on: WNBC-TV, WCBS-TV, ABC's  “All My Children” and popular radio shows including NPR’s “Weekend Edition Sunday”, WQXR’s “Woody’s Children” WNYC’s “Folk Song Festival” and WOR’s “Rambling with Gambling”.

Wendy is also trained as an actor – she majored in theater at Princeton University, did summer stock while in college, and many years later completed a two year Meisner technique program with Phil Gushee followed by four years of advanced scene study with one of New York’s finest teachers and directors, Suzanne Shepherd.  Wendy is currently producing/directing a documentary film about

Suzanne Shepherd and her unique gift as an acting teacher and director.