An online community for songwriters over 50 is hosting a workshop and concert in Weymouth this month.
Talent is Timeless, a celebrity-backed viral age-friendly online movement, comes to the Weymouth Pavilion to host an afternoon songwriting workshop, followed by a Saskia Griffiths-Moore concert on October 17.
The movement was founded by folk artist Saskia Griffiths-Moore, just 28, as an online songwriting competition during the second lockdown in November 2020, which required each participant to be 50 years old. or more, in an attempt to prove that ageism should not be relevant. in the music industry as well as to connect and inspire people across the country.
It went viral online and drew support from Ian Matthews of Kasabian and companies like Caffe Nero.
Ian Matthews said: “I am proud to support and be a part of this initiative”
Pablo Ettinger, Caffe Nero co-founder, said: “Caffe Nero is proud to support Talent is Timeless. Creativity and talent have no age limits ”
Talent Is Timeless is now a free community for songwriters over 50 to connect with like-minded people and stay inspired throughout the year to keep making new songs. They run masterclasses, live interviews with industry figures, songwriting workshops online and in the real world, and continue to seek opportunities for artists aged 50 and over.
An afternoon workshop is held in the Weymouth Pavilion from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and is open to anyone over the age of 50. Tickets can be booked online at the Talent Is Timeless website (www.talentistimeless.com) or through the library.