Jeanette Sacco-Belli is a San Francisco Bay Area professor of music, vocalist, and artist; she has spent over thirty years sharing with others those things in life she says “feed the soul.” She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, the Music Teachers Association, and the Women’s Caucus for Art. She has given lectures and performances at a variety of colleges, universities, and conservatories.
After studying multitudes of religions and scientific theories, she eventually came across the simplicity and beauty of Native American spirituality. While further devoting herself intensively to self-inquiry and the study of shamanism, she was stunned by an out-of-body experience that was so beautiful and powerful she was driven from within to document it so she could share its ancient, freeing, and unifying message to all.
For more information or to contact Jeanette, please visit her website at saccobellistudio.com