Mon, Jul 31|
Emily Moore Music Studio
INTRO TO SONGWRITING Ages 6-9
Let's write a song! Learn how to put together lyrics and music to make a great song during this weeklong camp. No prior experience required.
Time & Location
Jul 31, 9:00 AM – Aug 04, 11:00 AM
Emily Moore Music Studio, 1407 Crenshaw Blvd suite 100, Torrance, CA 90501, USA
About the event
About this camp:
Camp dates: July 31-August 4th, 9-11am.
Students in this camp will learn what makes a great song and how to write their own.
Early drop-off/late pick-up available. Please contact us for more information.
EARLY BIRD PRICING: Save $30 if registered by March 15th!
OTHER DISCOUNTS: Discounts for additional weeks or multiple children in a family.
Please use code MOREMUSIC for 15% off at checkout.
About the teacher:
Abby Posner has been a working musician in Los Angeles for the past 18 years. She is best known for her ability to play nearly any instrument that she can get her hands on, twisting genres, and pushing the boundaries of folk, roots, electronic, and pop music making her "Genre Fluid." If you have seen Abby perform live, you know she can play a mean lead-blues guitar solo, or throw down a complex Earl Scruggs banjo riff.
This CalArts music graduate has composed & produced music for commercials/TV, films, and radio shows all over the globe (including Hulu’s Maggie, The Fosters, This American Life, The Art of More, and Last Tango in Halifax, custom songs for Facebook, Viacom-CBS, and CW’s Kung Fu). She also has music placed in commercials and TV shows all over China, Sweden, The UK, and Australia. Posner appeared in two episodes of GLEE on season four playing banjo and guitar, and the Freeform show Famous In Love playing banjo, as well as performing live several times on KCAL 9 news and Good Day LA.
Posner has also scored the music for multiple films (Across Land Across Sea, Through Their Eyes, award winning short animation Elizabeth Sees, and recently scored the Award-winning Documentary Lady Buds) while playing and touring all over the US. In 2019 Posner played banjo and sang Wagon Wheel as a featured principal role in Bank Of America's ad campaign for the Ken Burn’s PBS Country Music Documentary.
In 2020 Abby Posner won the Carl Gage "Give me Shelter in Place" Songwriting Award through the Topanga Folk Festival for her original song Blind Spots, and she received the runner up for her song Emergency Use Only for the 18th Annual International Acoustic Music Awards. She was honored to land an Official Showcase at Folk Alliance International in 2022 after signing with her booking agency Baker Booking.