SONGWRITING WEEKEND 10-12 MAY

THERE IS STILL ONE PLACE REMAINING FOR
A Songwriting Weekend with Johnny Coppin 
10 -12 May 2019 in Stroud, Gloucestershire
So please let me know as soon as possible if you’d like to join us –
The course is limited to just 6 students 

Each songwriter will have their own room to work in
And I’ll be working with each songwriter in turn on a one-to one basis.
There’ll be an informal session on Saturday evening, 
and a final performance of all the new songs on Sunday afternoon.
 
Tel 01453 885088    or  email    Johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk

Some feedback from previous weekends..
 
“Thanks so much for a great weekend, it was quite a learning experience for me and I got so much out of it.  
You really are inspirational.
 
“Thanks Johnny,  a most productive weekend was had by all. Just having the opportunity to share views with other songwriters, relax in a lovely environment and concentrate entirely on producing songs, with guidance and new ideas is a tremendous pleasure.”
 
“Yes I really enjoyed the whole weekend, thanks for all your help, you are the Master!”
 
“Thank you so much for your advice and encouragement.
Separating myself completely from the various pressures that I face and focus on being creative
for a whole weekend is a great treat and we couldn’t have wished for a better setting or company”

“I just wanted to thank you once again for all your efforts which made for quite a challenging
but very helpful weekend.  I especially enjoyed the one-to-one sessions –
the critical moments when the shape of a new piece starts to gel”

“Thank you for creating such a creative working environment.
The food, hospitality, advice and encouragement all helped to make it a great weekend” 

Fee is £200 – which includes supper on Friday and Saturday / lunch on Saturday and Sunday plus  tea/coffee/drinks/snacks

A deposit of 
£100 is required to confirm booking. 

Please Tel 01453 885088    or  email    Johnny@johnnycoppin.co.uk
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