Song Writing Workshop with Daniel March
The Conservatorium of Music
Corner of Auckland and Laman Streets, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
Would you like to learn how to write a great song? Do you have ideas or inspiration for a new song but need some help in bringing it all together?
This two-day song writing workshop led by Daniel March, is a fantastic opportunity for aspiring song writers of all ages and levels of experience to learn what makes a great song and how to hone their skills as songwriters. The workshop will cover the fundamentals of song writing including subject matter for songs, song structure, lyrics and more in a supportive environment. Participants will have access to the Conservatorium’s music studios, a range of instruments and professional recording facilities.
Each day commences at 9:00am and finishes at 3:00pm and is based at the Conservatorium of Music. The workshop is suitable for singer / songwriters aged 12 and above. Morning tea will be supplied both days but please bring your own lunch.
Workshop Facilitator – Daniel March
Daniel March is an exciting new face taking his place amongst the independent soul music movement with his debut self-titled album. Released October 17 in Japan via a deal with acclaimed label P-Vine and in Korea through Leaplay Records (Angus & Julia Stone, Brian McKnight) the 10 track long player showcases a rich blend of soulful sounds that is both lyrically refreshing and musically appealing.
Splitting his time between London and Sydney, the well-respected multi-instrumentalist has been honing his craft working with the likes of Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, and MC, Maimouna Youssef aka Mumu Fresh (The Roots, Common), Chantae Cann (best known for her work with Grammy Winners Snarky Puppy and Foreign Exchange), Jordan Rakei, Wallace, Thandi Phoenix, Young Gun Silver Fox’s Andy Platts and rising UK star Tiana Major 9 to name but a few. Listen to Daniel’s music here https://dmarchsounds.bandcamp.com/