CHOOSE FROM THREE EXCITING CLASSES
Musical Theory for Songwriters - $275
8 Sessions beginning Wednesday January 26, 2022 (7-830 p.m. ET)
Have ideas for songs, but lack the tools to get them out of your head and onto the page? Then it's time to have some fun learning the fundamentals of music notation and theory on a low-pressure setting. No prior knowledge necessary!
Required materials: Access to a piano or keyboard
Musical Writing Workshop- Section II- $350
8 Sessions beginning Sunday January 23, 2002 (10-1:30 a.m. ET)
Our first session sold out, so we are adding a second!
Bring your current projects and use them to explore all the elements that make a musical great. Librettists, lyricists and composers at all levels are welcome. but space is very limited, so sign up ASAP!
Recommended Materials: The Musical Theatre Writer’s Survival Guide by David Spencer (https://www.amazon.com/Musical-Theatre-Writers-Survival-Guide/dp/0325007861)
Musical Theatre Writing Basics - Wednesday, January 19, 7-9 p.m. (ET)
Ready to write a musical, but don't know where to start? Want to brush up on some skills? This one-day workshop is for you - and it's FREE!
REGISTER ONLINE BY JANUARY 15
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Kit Goldstein Grant is an award-winning composer, lyricist and librettist, and teaching artist with the Met Opera Guild, New York City Children’s Theatre, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and her own company, Paper Kite Arts. She is currently developing a new musical, MICRO-FACE, for NPR podcast PLANET MONEY. Her musicals have been seen in South Africa (THE NOSE, Artscape Theatre Centre; The Drama Factory; National Arts Festival) and in NYC at Theatre Row (THE GIANT HOAX, Indieworks Theatre Co.), the Master Theater (THE NOSE), the Midtown International Theater Festival (THE NOSE, nominee Best Musical), the Strawberry One-Act Festival (THE COMMUTERS, Indieworks Theatre Co., voted Audience Favorite), The Players Theatre (WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD, Moxie Arts), and Theatre for the New City (THE WRONG BOX). Five of her musicals for young audiences have toured schools with the Schenectady Theatre for Children, including IT’S RAINING TAMALES!, which is published by YouthPLAYS. Kit holds an M.M. from Brooklyn College, has studied at Juilliard and the Tony-Award winning BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, and she is a member of The Dramatists Guild and ASCAP. www.kitgoldstein.com