Songwriting Class Is Coming To Buffalo In May
If you've ever had a dream of making it big in the recording industry or you've ever wanted to express yourself through song, you need to learn to write. This class should help.
You hear it from artists all the time. They are constantly writing new songs about some of life's biggest moments. Some of them they record themselves, some they let others record, and some never see the light of day because they're just too personal to share.
It's not always about putting them on the radio for others though. Sometimes its just for you. Sometimes it's just a form of art that helps you express yourself in a new way.
If this is you, you might want to attend this upcoming songwriting class through the Just Buffalo Literary Center.
The class will be held by Jesse Mank, a high school English teacher at Buffalo Seminary and artist who has written over 400 songs for his long-running conceptual art project: Hussalonia.
The description on JustBuffalo.com says that this class is for just about everyone who wants to write a better song. It says that the person who comes to the class will leave with the "analytical tools to better refine and focus their own writing, while the non-writing song lover will leave with a greater appreciation for the magic that makes songs work."
Want to go to this adult class? Tickets are available through JustBuffalo.com for $30-$40. It'll take place on May 14, 2019 from 6:30p.m.–8:30p.m at the:
JUST BUFFALO LITERARY CENTER, INC.
468 Washington Street, 2nd Floor, Buffalo, NY 14203
Phone: (716) 832-5400