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Thursday June 20th 4pm-7pm

All levels of experience are welcome

Come join celebrated singer-songwriter Robby Hecht for a 3 hour workshop on songwriting. The workshop will include a lecture, 1 on 1 instruction, time to work on songs, and an opportunity to perform in front of the group.



Robby has taught songwriting at music festivals around the country including Sister's Folk Fest. He has been captivating audiences as a touring singer-songwriter for over two decades, combining quietly impactful songwriting reminiscent of Tom Waits or Jim Croce with the graceful vocal resonance of James Taylor. With a remarkable blend of insightful lyricism, memorable melodies, and a voice that carries both strength and tenderness, his music resonates with audiences from all walks of life.

Robby’s dedication to the craft and collaborative spirit have solidified his reputation as a versatile and respected artist within the industry. He garnered recognition as a songwriter’s songwriter early in his career, winning a number of revered performing songwriter contests and touring across the US and Europe. His music has been the soundtrack for countless journeys, amassing over 25 million streams to date. And with more than 60 songs recorded by other artists, as well as numerous contributions as a featured vocalist, Robby has added his distinct touch to the work of fellow musicians, reaching music lovers through the voices of others.

Beyond his musical endeavors, Robby is a passionate advocate for mental health awareness. Openly discussing his own journey with bipolar disorder, he shines a light on these issues, breaking the stigma and offering support and inspiration to those who may be facing similar struggles.

“Intimate and introspective”
— USA Today
“Songwriting of the highest quality.”
— The Telegraph
“Artfully constructed…pitch-perfect.”
— The Wall Street Journal

Ages 13 and up, people ages 13-17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Admission to the workshop does not include admission to any other Woollystar events

Workshop participants are not required to purchase tickets to the festival

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