Tim is the Producer and Artistic Director of The St. Louis Cabaret Conference. one of the nation’s top training programs for singers in the art of song performance.

Founded in 2006, The St. Louis Cabaret Conference has trained over 100 singers who have gone on to do solo work at some of the country’s top cabaret rooms including New York’s 54 Below, The Metropolitan Room, Don’t Tell Mama, Society Cabaret (San Francisco), The Gardenia (L.A.) and many more.

2016 St. Louis Cabaret Conference, faculty, students and staff.

Tim is solely responsible for choosing faculty, curriculum and students. Under Schall’s guidance The St. Louis Cabaret Conference has drawn the finest faculty around made up of award winning cabaret artists, show business legends, Tony winning Broadway leading performers and the best music directors in the business. Each year approximately 15 faculty and more than 40 singers come from all over the country to study in a supportive, encouraging environment.

2016 St. Louis Cabaret Festival performers, from left: Ann Hampton Callaway, Tony DeSare, Faith Prince, Tim, Marilyn Maye, Billy Stritch, Tedd Firth

Tim is the Executive Director of The Cabaret Project of St. Louis (TCP), a non-profit with a mission to support, develop and sustain the art of cabaret. Under the banner of TCP, Schall serves as producer of The St. Louis Cabaret Festival, which has presented such renowned talents as Ann Hampton Callaway, Faith Prince, Marilyn Maye, Jason Robert Brown, Christine Ebersole, Billy Stritch, Tedd Firth, Tony DeSare, Jason Graae, Liz Callaway, Andrea Marcovicci, Barbara Fasano and Eric Comstockcab-fev

The national publication Cabaret Scenes Magazine highlighted Tim’s work as a cabaret force in a 2009 feature article. To read, click here: cabaret-scenes-website-logo