Events:20120729 Song Writing Workshop
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|Event:||Song Writing Workshop|
|Description:||Avid and aspiring song-crafters, writers blocked and writers bubbling, guitar lovers and lonely piano-persons, take note! Eco-Reality Co-operative in the Fulford Valley is hosting a full-day songwriting workshop that promises to stimulate, involve, and evolve your interest and abilities with lyrical song-writing. Work with Benjamin Corno, proven song-smith and recording artist from Edmonton, Alberta, to enrich the effectiveness and personality of your songs. The workshop will address the various tools and perspectives available to bring the uniqueness out in your craft. By creating songs in the classroom, drawing from the skills and inspiration of the group, we will explore the broad songwriting process as it happens before our eyes and ears. Snacks and beverages will be provided, but you should bring a lunch with you. This course promises to activate new skills and ideas that will change the confidence and quality of your song-writing.|
|When:||Sunday, 29 July 2012, 12:00:00 AM through 12:00:00 AM|
|Where:||EcoReality Classroom, 2172 Fulford-Ganges Road|
|Supplied:||Light snacks and beverages.|
|Bring:||Lunch, and your ideas!|
|To Register:||Complete the form below|
Class notes are available at: [http://www.EcoReality.org/wiki/Events:20120729%20Song%20Writing%20Workshop ].
There are 18 spaces open in this event.
Please complete the following registration form. You will then receive an invoice allowing you to pay $40.00 (plus 12% HST) via PayPal, or you can drop off or post cash or cheque. Your space is not reserved until payment is received.
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