Music Theory for Songwriters II
You can read music and can plunk notes on the keyboard and find major and minor chords, but want to explore more in-depth chords and musical concepts, and put them to work in songs you create! Join us on an exploration of more complex chords, chord progressions, accompaniment patterns, and how to put it all together in song form! Assignments will be given at each session which will help you build your skills and put your new knowledge into practice! Prerequisites: Ability to read/notate treble and bass clef, be able to find your way around a keyboard, understanding of key and time signatures, major and minor scales, and triads. If you have questions about the prerequisites, feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Ages: Adult (& Mature Teens)
Teacher: Kit Goldstein Grant, co-taught by Jillian Louis
Dates/Times: 8 Sessions. Saturdays, February 20 – April 17 (NO CLASS APRIL 3), 3:30 – 5 pm EST Additional optional free brush-up/review session: Thursday, February 18, 7 – 8:30 pm.
Required Materials: Access to a piano or keyboard.