Shawna Caspi

The joy of sharing knowledge

April gave me a wonderful tour on Vancouver Island. It felt like a kind of triumph, making up for last year’s Van Island tour which was marred by COVID. The shows were stellar, the weather was uncharacteristically sunny, and I got to see more of the island than I ever had before.

I also had the opportunity to stop in at a songwriting class for youth in Duncan and teach a little workshop. I got shivers when I realized I was singing Not So Silent with a room full of young women.

Workshop at Adage Studio in Duncan.
Photo by Jack Connolly.
View from the Malahat Skywalk on Vancouver Island.

Shortly after I got back to Ontario, I spent a weekend at the Toronto Songwriting School retreat in Picton, where I was a guest artist. I led another workshop and got to work one-on-one with the songwriting students in crafting their songs. Sharing knowledge is so, so powerful and I really felt that energy doing this work. Facilitating songwriting workshops was fulfilling and inspiring and exhausting in the best way.

Toronto Songwriting School retreat house.
Toronto Songwriting School retreat.
Photo by Mary Krause.

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