This year, the theme of our two-day Easter songwriting workshop will be collaboration. Lyric songwriters can find it difficult to write/compose melodies, and vice-versa - many melody songwriters can find it difficult to write lyrics. There are many other reasons artists choose to collaborate on their songs; this workshop will bring people together and give them the necessary skills to create music with others.
Who is this for?
Aimed at anyone in senior school, up to 18 years old, who writes or wants to learn to write songs, plays a musical instrument and/or sings. (If your child is too young, click here to take a look at our junior workshops)
Learn tips on how to get started when working with someone else
Learn how to ‘play to your strengths’ in the writing process
Lyrics and music writing tips
Work on a song as a group
Work on a song in pairs
Lyric writing: learn creative ways to tell your story, how to find inspiration and tips and tricks on how to finish writing the song.
Musicianship: brush up on your theory, playing skills
Perform/jam with each other.
Students will work with our coaches who are all published songwriters, musicians and coaches. Click here to read up on who we are.
Times: 10am-4pm on 12th and 13th April
Cost: £120 - can be paid in full or in instalments
How to get involved …
Get in touch below to talk to us about the workshop further or to book a space