Essential Songwriting Skills (6 week online course)
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This course will give you the skills to write a song from start to finish, and a supportive group to share your journey with along the way.
Beginners will learn a clear methodology for writing songs and seasoned songwriters will be able to rediscover & refine their skills.
You will be learning how to harvest your inspiration, shape it into a lyric and set it to music. As well as learning about songwriting you will be boosting your musical skills, having fun and being part of a great community!
By the end of the course everyone will have written a song which we will share and celebrate on our last session!
Weds evenings 7-8.30pm on Zoom (1.5 hours)
8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th July, 5th, 12th August
Each participant will receive my tailored feedback within the course, as well as being part of a private facebook group where I will be posting little tips and encouraging participants to share their progress weekly.
Payment will be ahead of the start date.
Full price : £90
Concessions : £75
Payment plan available upon request
If you would like to attend but cannot afford to please get in touch anyway and we can work something out.
Please make a copy of the form for your own reference, and wait for my email with further details including payment info.
Can't wait to welcome you and get writing together!
What is your experience with songwriting so far? (Beginners WELCOMED - this is just for my information)
Never written anything!
Some fragments of melodies and lyrics but never finished a song
Written a few songs
What is your current songwriting goal?
What do you hope to get out of attending the course?
Have you read the info at the top of the form?
Yes - all fine for me regarding the dates & payment
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