“ Top cabaret singers have strong voices and the ability to connect emotionally with an audience — that’s why Tim Schall is one of the very best in the business…He’s the sort of performer who makes you feel that he’s singing to you, and for you.” – Paul Friswold, The Riverfront Times
Tim’s work in St. Louis as a singer and arts leader prompted Playback St. Louis to single him out by stating, “There are those in the Midwest who think that the days of cabaret are a thing of the past. Tim Schall is (almost) single handedly breathing new life into the genre.”
Tim has sung all genres of music from American Songbook Standards, to Broadway, to Opera, to Contemporary pop and even picking up his acoustic guitar from time to time and performing a Bob Dylan tune.
Full evenings have have included:
1961: The Men Were Mad and The Music Was A- Changin’, You’re The Top: Songs of Cole Porter, Gershwin Songbook, Rodgers & Hart Songbook, We Need A Little Swingin’ Christmas
Past solo shows have explored the songs of Kander and Ebb, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Billy Joel, and a special St. Patrick’s day show of Irish ballads, even though he doesn’t have a drop of Irish blood – (German and Sicilian, in case you were wondering).
“Tim Schall sings with a voice like honey, a heart filled with emotion and a mind that knows how to tell a story. That’s the cabaret triple crown.” — Cabaret legend Amanda McBroom
Schall’s work has been performed multiple times at the prestigious Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis. Other venues in St. Louis include Jazz at The Bistro, The Kranzberg, The Stage at KDHX, Cabaret at Savor, The Gaslight Cabaret Series, among others. He has sung at venues in Chicago, Santa Fe, Boston, Washington D.C., New York and is a Missouri Arts Council Touring Roster Artist and through this program has toured his solo shows to outlying Missouri communities.
Tim sings Up On The Roof
Tim sings Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight:
Tim’s Demo Reel:
1961-REVIEW (Ladue News)
“A consummate cabaret performer” – Cabaret Scenes Magazine
“Tim Schall demands a lot of himself as an entertainer and delivers the goods with a bundle of extras.” – KDHX Radio St. Louis
“Expect great things” – The Riverfront Times