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WAM Member Offer: SongCraft 7 Week Songwriting Circle

10 Jun


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In this 7 week songwriting circle, beginners, musicians, poets and longtime songwriters learn how to craft better lyrics and get more involved in the storytelling aspect of songwriting. Covering the juiciest aspects of writing, participants explore a range of musical styles and sources of inspiration, and are challenged to write one song per week, with a strong focus on lyric writing.

Aminah Hughes has facilitated several SongCraft workshops and circles around Australia and in England. She has run songwriting sessions at festivals, writers centres, high schools, after school programmes, church groups, prisons, private spaces and via video chat.

“Aminah is an excellent listener, a thoughtful artist and a brilliant song architect. She took one of my songs that had potential and helped me turn it into a fan favorite that is a staple of every set. After I took on her suggestions, the audience reaction was palpable. I would trust her feedback to the moon and back.”
– Suzanne Yada, singer-songwriter @ Little Spiral, California

Nominated for an Independent Music Award, Aminah returns from New York to offer a brand new songwriting circle to the WA community, after her last 10 workkshops sold out.

Buying this course for someone as a gift? Email songcraft(at) to receive a printable gift voucher.


WAM Members receive a special discounted rate of $175+GST for entry to the course (General Price $220+GST, Concession $180+GST).

To redeem this offer, select the WAM Member price when checking out here.

Another reason why, if you’re a WA musician or music business, you can’t afford not to be a WAM member. You’ll make your money back in no time, plus you’ll be providing support to WAM’s ongoing program of activities that champion West Australian music! Become a member here!

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The ArtsGovernment of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.