From Songwriting to Recording: Rob Wells Guides LCS Student Artists in Grove Records Program
Rob Wells, a highly acclaimed Canadian producer and songwriter has recently visited our school to work with students in the Grove Records co-curricular program. This is not the first time Rob has come to our school, and we are always grateful for his time and expertise.
The first workshop focussed on songwriting and was a huge success, with students gaining invaluable knowledge and insights from Rob's years of experience in the music industry. The upcoming recording session will allow students to put their newfound skills into practice, giving them hands-on experience in the recording studio. This type of exposure to industry professionals is incredibly important for our student artists, as it helps them develop their skills and gain a better understanding of the music-making process.
Working with Rob is an amazing opportunity for our students, and we are thrilled to have him back again this year. His passion and dedication to the craft are contagious, and his guidance and support have been instrumental in helping our students pursue their dreams in music.
We would like to express our gratitude to Rob for his continued support of our Grove Records program and for inspiring our students to reach their full potential. With Rob's guidance and expertise, our students are well on their way to making their mark in the music industry.
Lakefield College School is a private, coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12, located in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada.
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