UPDATE: As of 3/15 registration for this workshop has closed to especially high demand. The strong interest in this session indicates a need to continue running it and we'll be doing that. Stay tuned for additional announcements.
The deadline to register is Friday, March 19 at 8:00 PM.
Writing songs that deliver a compelling message of social justice in ways that move people's hearts is both a political and artistic process. Are you somewhere in the middle of this process? Are you interested in receiving peer feedback on your own work in progress?
This popular PMN interactive workshop is an opportunity to hone your listening and feedback skills as we collectively ponder the many elements – lyrics, melody, rhythm, chord progression, key, arrangement, etc. – that make a song click. Using online tools, we’ll hear each song-in-progress and then become a collective think-tank about what’s working so far and what might be improved.
Positive and/or constructive feedback will be offered, and only on those elements that you request help with.
How to participate:
Steve Deasy: Award-winning American-Canadian performing songwriter, producer and arranger; socially conscious in the tradition of Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger with contemporary musicality. PMN Steering Committee member. www.stevedeasy.com
Eligibility to Participate
Participants in this workshop must:
* If you are not a PMN member, you may join here: https://www.peoplesmusic.org/join-PMN
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