Workshops

May 2014 Workshop

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July 4 in Taos? Yes, please!

Need some July 4th plans? How about a Songwriting Workshop in Taos?! This one will feature Dustin Welch and Eliza Gilykson. Click here for more information. 

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January 2014 Workshop Photos

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The Troubadour Texas episode is up!

You know, that one! The one that features Kevin’s workshop! Not only do you get a good insight into the workshop, you get to watch Kris Kristofferson and Lyle Lovett do their thing, too! Click here.

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July Workshop 2014

July 3, 2014 – July 6, 2014

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Description:
This one is in Taos and features Dustin Welch and Eliza Gilkyson

Come join Kevin Welch, Dustin Welch and Eliza Gilkyson for their third Annual Songwriter’s Camp in the magic mountain town of Taos, New Mexico July 3-6, 2014.

Designed to inspire writers of all levels to break out of the mundane and into a flow of creative craftsmanship, this course will emphasize the organic nature of songwriting, focusing on the artistic and exploratory side of the process. Participants will get the chance to work through problems or blocks, gain awareness of the process, and get personalized feedback from the pros.

Participants will spend the days writing and composing together with direct hands-on input from Kevin, Eliza and Dustin. The group will gather for late night jam sessions and chatting about the day’s accomplishments and experiences, and the workshop will culminate in a live house concert.

The workshop sessions will be held at Casa de Musica, Eliza’s beautiful historic adobe home in Arroyo Seco, just a few miles north of the Town of Taos, just a 4 minute drive (or short bike ride) to the village where there are a variety of restaurants (healthy vegan to full menu options), coffeeshops, nightlife, lodging, and fun shopping. (http://www.visitseco.com)
The town of Taos with all amenities, including a large health food store, is 15 minutes away. Taos Pueblo, home of the Tiwa Pueblo Nation, welcomes visitors all summer (http://taos.org/art/historic-landmarks?/item/1/Taos-Pueblo).

The Arroyo Seco lodging ranges from reasonable youth hostel accommodations (http://www.snowmansion.com/Taos-Lodging.html), including group “room shares” or small rustic bungalows or camping with full bath privileges and  food service, to fancy b and b’s (http://www.taos-cottonwood.com/index.html), vacation rental homes (http://www.taosvacationhomes.com/list_propertiesxbr.php?location=Arroyo+Seco) or Homeaway rental options, all within [...]

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