Join us on Zoom for a songwriting class for beginners with the incredible Charity Chapman!
What is it?
An 8 week songwriting class, designed to help you structure, write and complete 2 commercial songs.
How does it work?
Charity Chapman, a commercial songwriter whose songs have been placed on commercials and tv shows around the world (please read her bio below), will walk you through different elements of how to create songs that have all the “radio ready” elements you need to be a great songwriter.
You will also learn about co-writing (an essential experience for songwriters) and even co-write with classmates during this Zoom class. If you do all of your homework, you will leave at the end of 8 weeks with 2 completed songs, and we will have a Zoom performance (please invite your friends and family!) to show off your tunes. As an offered bonus, you will receive a voice lesson (to be scheduled separately during those 8 weeks).
When is it?
Thursdays, January 7th – February 25th, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
What’s the cost?
What if I don’t play an instrument?
We do recommend you have basic knowledge of some type of instrument for class. However, it can be VERY basic and, ultimately, isn’t a requirement. There’s also still time to sign up for a couple of lessons to be sure you understand chord basics. If you have questions about what that means, don’t hesitate to contact Emily at email@example.com.
More about our instructor Charity Chapman:
Charity has a B.A. in Vocal Performance from Pepperdine University where she pursued the music industry full time.
You may have heard Charity’s songs on: CBS, Showtime, Entertainment Tonight, Help Desk, Life After Top Chef, Home Made Simple On Its Own; Insider, Life After Top Chef, Nate Berkus Show, Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah’s Next Chapter, Super Soul Sessions, Super Soul Sunday, Ugly Betty, Welcome to Myrtle Manor, Young and the Restless Re-do, Felicity DVD (graduation scene) The Education of Max Bickford and more!
Her most exciting placement was to have her song, “If I Could Fly” on the X Factor, as the “you’re-going-thru-to-the-next-round” theme song. She has also been hired to write for a new Canadian artist, Martine Mai, whose record will be released in 2020. She has two Indie CD’s and three Live radio appearances in LA and she opened for a show at the Verizon Amphitheater. Charity recently moved back home to Fort Collins to be with her family.