SongStudio Goes Online!
We are excited to announce that SongStudio 2020 will be presented online!
COVID-19 has us staying home and keeping social distance, and that means we cannot offer SongStudio 2020 in-person in Toronto.
Our planning team is preparing the workshop to use online meeting tools, to deliver the best SongStudio workshop ever, directly into your home!
The dates for the workshop will not change – still the week of July 18-24. The sessions will focus on the same great mentoring, face-time and instruction that we’re known for. And now – you can stay in your pajamas!
The SongStudio team.
A Proven Approach
SongStudio’s format is designed to help you develop strategies and tools to turn your ideas into real, finished songs that speak to your audience, regardless of your level of experience.
Learn from the Best
A Faculty of Professional Songwriters
Enjoy intimate concerts and Q&A sessions with well-known and up-and-coming songwriters, education and info sessions with music producers, publishers and other industry types, as well as one-on-one access to engaged and passionate faculty members, who also happen to be acclaimed songwriters.
Video: SongStudio - An Adventure in Songwriting
Daily Music Events
Opportunities to Hear & Perform New Songs
Each evening during SongStudio, there are opportunities to perform, listen to other songwriters and socialize. Events include a Mentor Showcase on Saturday, many open mics, and a SongStudio participant showcase on the Thursday night.
***Since SongStudio 2020 is being held online, things will be a little different, but there will be plenty of opportunities to perform and head music.
Our Community of Songwriters
Something else happens at our workshops. Some might call it networking. We prefer to think of it as making friends. Many of the friendships made at our past workshops will be for life. So often, songwriting is a solitary art. When the experience can be shared, a community builds. This is a beautiful thing.
(Pictured is a group of our 2017 workshop participants and mentors, outside the Royal Conservatory of Music)