Clyde and Avon Valley Festival 2017: Lanarkshire Songwriters Songwriting Workshop

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Date:

Sunday 14 May 2017 1:00pm until 5:00 pm

Price:
FREE

Get tickets from:
Tel 01698 359326 or 07889 727254 or email Billy.garriongill@gmail.com


Event's Address:

Crossford Inn, 99 Lanark Road, Crossford, ML8 5RA

Join the Lanarkshire Songwriters for an afternoon workshop covering the art of Songwriting. Anyone with an interest in songwriting whether it be starting out or wishing guidance to progress, can bring along their instruments and will be made most welcome.

Running as part of a wider songwriting project, Fruits of Their Labours, the theme of the workshops will be Clyde Valley Orchards. We will have oral histories and archive material on hand to help inspire you, or you can bring along your own stories, objects and ideas for inspiration.

The workshops will start with an introduction to the steps in writing a song and include groupwork to come up with lyrics and music. The workshops will end with a small performance within the group, sharing the Fruits of OUR Labours!

Other Information

Maximum number of participants:  25

Age Group:  All adult age groups welcome

Parking:  Car park available at the venue

Contact details for bookings and enquiries:  Billy Stewart - Tel 01698 359326 or 07889 727254 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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