Win the Chance to Attend SongStudio 2013!

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Win the Chance to Attend SongStudio 2013!

SongStudio is an extensive, week-long immersion in songwriting, that began life as the Humber Summer Songwriting Workshop in July 2005 - a partnership between the Humber College School of Performing Arts, legendary Canadian guitarist/songwriter Rik Emmett, and former Jitters frontman/songwriter, Blair Packham. Now in its ninth year, SongStudio has been attended by over 400 beginner, amateur and professional songwriters, not just from Canada……but also the United States, England, Scotland, Jamaica, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia and the Philippines.

Faculty and guests over the years have included, Andy Kim, Ron Sexsmith, Bruce Cockburn, Steven Page, Ed Roberston, Dan Hill, Marc Jordan, Christopher Ward, Shirley Eikhard, Melanie Doane, Ember Swift, Emm Gryner, Dahmnait Doyle, Haydain Neale, Amy Sky, Ian Thomas, Murray McLauchlan, Suzi Vinnick, Liam Titcomb, Dean McTaggart, and Danny Michel, to name a few, as well as the previously mentioned Messrs. Emmett and Packham.
Regardless of musical style or level of experience, SongStudio offers all songwriters the chance to have their songs listened to, and receive feedback from a variety of well-known professional songwriters……as well as the chance to perform their material for the public in a series of exlusive Open Mics at some of Toronto’s top music venues.

To learn more about SongStudio, go to

To enter the contest to win the opportunity to attend the workshop (a $750 value), simply send us an email by end of day Sunday, June 16, 2013, telling us (in 150 words or less) why you'd like to attend this workshop. Be sure to include your full name and telephone number. All responses will be reviewed, and the winner will be randomly selected from the top answers by staff at SongStudio.

Please note: The workshop is in Toronto, Ontario. Transportation and accomodations are the winner's responsibility.

Date: July 20-26, 2013
Location: The Royal Conservatory of Music, TORONTO