SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS



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SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby Wye Creek Music » Thu Oct 06, 2011 7:35 am

Wye Creek Music Community Group had just been awarded a GRANT to help us run a series of SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS. These will take place in Bakewell and we will be anouncing the dates shortly. The initial workshops will cover not only the creative side of things but also the legal

Further info can be seen at http://www.wyecreekmusic.co.uk/songwriting-workshops.html
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby lo&m » Thu Oct 06, 2011 4:33 pm

Brilliant idea, Mike.If only I lived a little closer.
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby plainjane » Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:40 pm

that s a really good idea, i am gutted that i live so far away.......any chance of an online version for us who are too far away to benefit :D
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby Wye Creek Music » Fri Oct 28, 2011 7:07 am

The funding for the workshops comes via Derbyshire County Council. Its specifically fo us to run stuff in Derbyshire , primarily forthe benefit of the residents of derbyshire, but we are able to let people from outside the area come along, but we cant run the activity 'outside' of the area. So at the moment I cant see a way of us doing it on line. But thanks for the idea.


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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby plainjane » Fri Oct 28, 2011 9:10 am

Oh that is brilliant news for you...not so good for me tho....there isn't really anything that I have found online or on the internet and I would love to get some pointer....are there any good books that you could recommend to help me along....good luck with you classes I wish you every sucess, and if you ever get extra funding to widen you catchment on the net, post a link on here coz I wwill surely subscribe (you could do a youtube version to compliment your classes...just an idea)
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby A Million Ashes » Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:46 pm

Nice one - it's a lot closer than workshops in Nashville!! I'll definitely be there....
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby A Million Ashes » Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:51 pm

Oh man, just checked the details - there's a lesson for me - check before you commit. Looks like I missed the first workshop last week and the next one is tomorrow night, followed by next weeks on my daughter's 5th birthday; so all being well, I will be at the last of the four workshops.
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby Wye Creek Music » Tue Nov 08, 2011 12:11 am

Come along - we have decided not to charge for these first workshops. WE're going to use them as a trial to see what works and what doesnt
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Re: SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS

Postby zazumusic » Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:52 pm

Good news. Thanks a lot.
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