Hello Songwriters and Aspiring Songwriters,
Whether you write songs regularly, or you're just getting started, you will be challenged in some inspiring ways to write a new song every week in this, one of Beacon Music Factory's most popular classes.
Stephen Clair will
again be leading this weekly songwriting class this
Nine Mondays, Oct 5 - Nov 30. 8:30-9:30pm Eastern time (you can expect it to go longer)
Each week, we’ll meet for an hour (or more) and I’ll treat you to song examples to consider, song strctures to puzzle over, a few new ways of looking at songs you already know and lovel and then, most importantly, you will be given a multi-layered songwriting PROMPT or assignment.
The weekly PROMPT is chock full of rules to inspire you, parameters that will help focus your thinking and still more layers for you to consider. Past students tell us over and over how much they learn and how inspired they become by these assignments. It is exhilirating and satisfying when you are eager to dig in and begin writing rather than feeling daunted by a blank page. That's what this class is all about. Throughout the course I’ll provide extra pointers, some harmonic, some lyrical, some conceptual, to keep you going.
You will write a new song each week. I am pretty sure you will amaze yourself. Your songs will be shared in class each week, and we’ll have useful and substantial discussions about each student’s song; and then, of course, … you will receive a new song assignment.
Critically-acclaimed songwriter and owner of Beacon Music Factory, Stephen Clair has been teaching super successful songwriting classes like this to adults and kids for years—both in the classroom and online. Clair's very recent pandemic-inspired song “Welcome To The World Now” has been in rotation on WFUV 90.7FM in NY since April.
Monday nights, for 9
8:30pm-9:30pm (more like 90 minutes most weeks)
Oct 5—Nov 23
We will meet over Zoom. I will send full details as you register.
I am really looking forward to seeing you write loads of new songs.
If you have any questions, please get in touch,
Stephen Clair email@example.com
Nov 30, 2020