SongStudio – Toronto’s Best Summer Songwriting Workshop

All songwriters, from beginner to professional, should consider the week-long songwriters’ retreat returning to Toronto this July 17-23. The retreat features personal attention to participants’ songs from professional mentors, fantastic networking and performance opportunities, and the chance to learn about the craft of songwriting from experienced songwriters. Visit www.songstudio.ca for all the details.

Author: AllisterBradley
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Published: 2010-06-10 02:50:28
SongStudio – Toronto’s Best Summer Songwriting Workshop

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