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Published: 2/8/2010

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Songwriters Hall of Fame Winter/Spring Workshops


We're breaking out in song to warm the winter months into spring, and here is our exciting new line-up




SongHall Writers Workshop "A" - Winter/Spring 2010 Sessions 

Winter:
8 Sessions / 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM / Wednesdays
Classes meet on February 10, 17, 24 & March 3, 10 ,17, 24, 31
Winter Workshops: Download Application (pdf)  

Spring:
8 Sessions / 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM / Wednesdays
April 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26, June  2, 9 &16 *
Spring Sessions: Download Application (pdf)

Workshop Goal:To strengthen the songwriting skill set and bring the emerging writer closer to the music industry through workshop sessions with hit songwriters and industry professionals in publishing, music licensing and A&R. Each participant will have been selected for this workshop on the basis of two songs submitted. Industry Guests will be announced in advance of the first session.Peter Bliss - SongHall Activities Coordinator / Songwriter (Barbra Streisand, NYSNC, Jennifer Love Hewitt) will guide the workshop.
 
The Hit Factory: Making Your Music Make Money, With Eric Beall

1 Day Intensive / 10AM-4:30PM / Saturday, March 13th, 2010
LOCATION: Bridge Theater at SHETLER STUDIOS, 244 West 54th St.,12th Floor (Bdwy & 8th Ave) 
Download Application (pdf)

THIS WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO ALL!
Workshop Goal: This one-day workshop takes a strategic approach to building your songwriting business. It will focus on understanding your market and developing your brand, turning your songs into hits, and selling those hits to the people that need them. The focus will be on interaction as the workshop listens to songs brought into the group for review. Songs by workshop attendees will be reviewed and all are encouraged to either bring their song recordings on an iPod or a CD.  ERIC BEALL, author of the book "Making Music Make Money (An Insider's Guide To Becoming Your Own Music Publisher)" and "The Billboard Guide To Writing and Producing Songs That Sell" will lead the workshop.
 
The next in our series of New Writers Showcases has just been scheduled for April. Stay tuned to the songhall.org website for the latest details coming soon. If you’d like to be considered for participation in this showcase, or one that is upcoming, join now, and submit up to four songs!

If you have questions regarding these courses, or other SongHall workshops or showcases, please email Peter Bliss at:  pbliss@songhall.org 

Visit the songhall.org website for more details about all of the latest programs and event news.