Speaking the Language of Music & Recovery
6 WEEK IN-PERSON WORKSHOP
WITH WIL SNYDER // MONDAY EVE. FROM 6:30-8PM, CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 13TH
(DUE TO OVERWHELMING RESPONSE WE ARE CURRENTLY ADDING NAMES TO WAITLIST)
CLASSES WILL BE HELD AT
3050 RICHARD ALLEN CT.,
Wil has developed his own curriculum over the years, “Speaking the Language of Music,” which focuses on learning music like a language. This class not only brings recovery into the music mix, it hones in on it. Learning how to recover and learning music are related in every aspect. These paths greatly benefit from each other and Wil is here to help you learn to navigate them. We offer a new way to explore and navigate the universal language, to make it enjoyable, fun and a lifelong journey! We will deepen your understanding of music, your recovery and yourselves, while writing some great music. We will use keyboards to study music theory and then bridge that knowledge to use with other instruments. Come be a part of this class, as there is nothing else like it on the planet! Spots will go quickly so reserve your spot now!
About Wil Snyder
Wil Snyder is our in-house professor of music, having developed and taught a handful of classes including "Speaking the Language of Music & Recovery." In addition to being a key part of our CAiR family, Wil is a musician, teacher & entrepreneur residing in Denver, CO. Wil's sobriety date is Jan. 3, 2016. He grew up in Kansas City and graduated, with honors, from Southern Methodist University in 2013 with degrees in Financial Consulting, Music Composition & Spanish. Wil grew up studying jazz and classical piano from a diverse set of teachers, from around the globe. In recent years, he now specializes in playing multi-keyboard rigs, as well as being able to sing, play drums, sax, guitar, bass & trumpet. As a composer, producer, arranger & multi-instrumentalist, he utilizes his talents playing in and writing for some great local and nationwide artists [Tula, Verses the Inevitable, Yonosei & Wes Hamil to name a few]. Simply put, Wil is often referred to as a "hired gun" in the music industry because he can play and write any genre. Recently, Wil joined the touring band, Eminence Ensemble and is busy writing his book, "Speaking the Language of Music," while trying to squeeze some free time in to enjoy his affinity for all things Nintendo. He is an honored member along the Red Road and a continuing example of what sobriety can do for one's dreams. He truly tries to be of service to his communities with his craft and everything he does.