Song Trails: regional song writing workshops
Do you ever write a song but just can’t quite finish it how you want it? Then let renowned performing artists – Peter Farnan (Boom Crash Opera) and Sydney-based hip-hop star Morganics – help demystify the elusive song writing process for you.
The workshop series hosted by Queensland Music Festival includes song writing and recording workshops over three days, with the opportunity for selected participants to showcase their talents live onstage.
Following the three day workshop, iconic Australian musician Peter Farnan (Boom Crash Opera) and Sydney-based hip-hop star Morganics, will rock the Brolga Theatre & Convention Centre (Maryborough) and Tully Multipurpose Centre (Tully), live onstage with some of the region’s best local talent; unearthed during the Song Trails song writing workshops.
To register for the Song Trails song writing workshops, please email your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 07 3010 6600.
Pre-registration is essential by Wednesday 4 July. Participants must be 15 years and above.
The Song Trails Weekend Maryborough is presented by Queensland Music Festival and Fraser Coast Regional Council in association with APRA. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a Queensland Government and Fraser Coast Regional Council partnership to support local arts and culture.
Pre-registration is essential by Friday 6 July. Participants must be 15 years and above.
The Tully Song Trails Weekend, which is a joint initiative of Queensland Music Festival, Cassowary Coast Regional Council, APRA and the Queensland Government, has been made possible through the generous support of Kareeya Hydro.