Songwriting School Holiday Workshop

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Learn how to make and perform your own original songs!

Created for students in Years 9-12, AIM’s new high school music workshops provide incredible opportunities to explore song-writing, mentored by AIM’s own accomplished musicians and educators.

This songwriting workshop is essential for any high school students curious about writing songs and performing and is a golden opportunity to work with an incredibly accomplished songwriters. Join us these school holidays and discover the songwriter and performer you were born to become.

Students will work with professionals to expand their songwriting skills in a collaborative and inspiring environment in this two-day workshop. They will workshop harmony, melody, style, lyricism, basic arrangement and/or production and artistic performance. Under the guidance of AIM lecturers, they will use these new skills to write original music in collaboration with other students in the class. They will present these songs live in a performance for family and friends at the conclusion of the workshop.

Sydney Workshop: Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th July 9.00am – 5.00pm. Students will work with professional songwriter, composer and producer Dominic Cabusi who graduated from AIM’s Bachelor of Music (Contemporary Performance) degree in 2014. He has been making a name for himself in the Australian music industry ever since.

DURATION

2 Days

INTAKES

27 & 28 June
11 & 12 July
9.00am – 5.00pm

Location

Sydney

ENTRY

Years 9 to 12

Fees

$265

CODES

ENTRY

Years 9 to 12

Fees

$265

CODES

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