Workshop at Open Day: How to write Good Lyrics

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Workshop at Open Day: How to write Good Lyrics

Get first insights & inspiration for your career in music & media on campus.

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United POP Amsterdam 1 Atlantisplein 1093 NE Amsterdam Netherlands

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How to write Good Lyrics

Learn how to surprise yourself with incredible lyrics for your song. We will work with source material and learn 5 simple moves to transform it into inspired and poetic poetry for your songs.

No musical experience is required for this workshop, but it’s also suitable for experienced songwriters.

  • What skills you need to write songs
  • Different roles have different income sources
  • The power of honesty

In our on campus you get the opportunity to be inspired and to exchange ideas by numerous creatives.

The speakers include precisely those who work successfully in the industry every day and who can share their experience with you free of charge.

Agenda:

  • Overview of career opportunities at the United POP Academy
  • Lectures and workshops with our practical experts
  • Interactive Q&A session & exchange with creative people
  • Bachelor of Arts as a ticket to the international media industry

You can choose your individual program from more than a dozen workshops & panels on exciting topics from music, sound, marketing, management, voice, communication, design, fashion, makeup, games, film, photography & fitness!

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  • Your entry into the music and media industry
  • Professional know-how and lecturers from practice
  • Direct practical application in class
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • References and contacts through projects
  • Flexible start of training several times a year
  • Bachelor's degree even without the Abitur / Matura