Inwood Art Works in association with The Rally Cat presents
Starting Your Song
A Virtual Musical Workshop for Young Adults 13-15 years old.
Saturday, November 7, 2020 – 10am-11:30am via Zoom
Admission by pay-what-you-can donation to Inwood Art Works.
Is there a song in your heart?
Is there a story you are bursting to tell through words and music?
Do you love listening to songs on the radio or Spotify and want to try writing one yourself?
Virtual lyric-based songwriting workshop led by librettist and lyricist Marella Martin Koch.
You will 1) find your title, 2) choose a song form, and 3) leave with a first draft of lyrics for your song. Plus, you will have fun and meet new friends!
Perfect for first-time songwriters, there will be plenty of time for questions and many opportunities to learn by doing in this Zoom workshop presented by Inwood Art Works in association with The Rally Cat.
This virtual workshop is limited to 8 participants, and is first-come-first served.
To sign-up, email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Starting Your Song” in the subject line. Please include the name and age of the participant in the body of the email. Accepted participants will receive a confirmation email.
Marella Martin Koch is a librettist, playwright, and director originally from Los Angeles. Her mission is to create healthy collaborative environments that foster courage, innovation, and connection. She has been commissioned by opera companies across the country, from Music of Remembrance in Seattle to Washington National Opera at The Kennedy Center in DC. She teaches acting, improvisation, and songwriting to middle and high school students across NYC, and has been a guest director for NYU/Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Musical Theatre Writing and a guest lecturer in libretto-writing at UCLA School of Music.
Founded in 2017 by Marella Martin Koch, The Rally Cat generates high-quality performances of new work by emerging artists and facilitates creative educational opportunities for students of all ages.
Inwood Art Works mission is to create and curate professional performing and visual arts in Inwood and its surrounding community.
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Before there was an Inwood Film Festival, Inwood had a long history of serving as a shooting location for many films! Enjoy a compilation of Hollywood film scenes shot in Northern Manhattan.
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Videos created by Cole Thompson. Lost Inwood is a collaboration between Don Rice and Cole Thompson.