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Songwriter's Show and Tell (Ages 15-18) with Yvonne


Yvonne the music teacher
I am a music graduate of McGill University in Canada with many years of performance experience behind me. I'm now a homeschooling mum who has been using a mix of unschooling and child led learning to teach my special needs child. My teaching style is gentle encouragement with more technical advice sprinkled in if it's requested.

Songwriter's Show and Tell (Ages 15-18) Ongoing Course - Weekly Zoom Meeting

This is an ongoing open-stage type format song sharing group for songwriters.


Class Experience

Are you interested in sharing music that you've created?


I'm a songwriter who has run many open-stages over the years and I know how hard it is to get up there and play original music. I also know what it's like to write 100 half songs and not know how to finish them.


Come join us to share your original works of music with people your own age and get some positive feedback and encouragement to keep creating!


Each session will be learner-directed and topics or issues to address in songwriting will be decided by the learners.

I am a music graduate of McGill University in Canada with many years of performance experience behind me. I'm now a homeschooling mum who has been using a mix of unschooling and child led learning to teach my special needs child. My teaching style is gentle encouragement with more technical advice sprinkled in if it's requested.


Students should have the ability to sing or play an instrument in order to share their songs. Participation isn't completely mandatory but it is strongly recommended. Each student will have their turn while the rest of the students are muted to not distract from the performance. After the song is over, we can unmute ourselves and talk about the song.


I will have a weekly Jamboard to discuss things and for students to post questions that I can answer throughout the week.


Join us!


New Outschoolers get class credits of $20 USD when you join with the links in our posts!

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