A Song A Week Songwriting Workshop with Jenner Fox

Tuesday Evenings from 6:30-8:00 PM
March 1-29, 2022 • Sisters Art Works Bldg. – 204 W. Adams Ave

This will be a small group workshop limited to 10 participants who will be asked to come prepared to write songs, share, and dig deep for inspiration.

Instructor Jenner Fox says, “We will write from prompts, explore our individual ‘taste,’ dissect the songs we love, share our original songs, and support each other in our musical journeys. All musical genres are welcome.”


*This is an indoor, in-person workshop; masks will be required in accordance with state mandate. Participants are required to stay home if they have symptoms of COVID or have been directly exposed to someone with COVID in the 5 days prior to class. 
Refunds will offered only if class is cancelled by SFF.
Register for A Song A Week

Some musical experience encouraged! (I.E. “I know three chords on a Ukulele” to “I have a PHD in classical conducting and a Grammy Award”) The workshop will take place weekly in the Sisters Art Works building, 204 W. Adams Ave. in downtown Sisters.


A Song A Week Songwriting Workshop is designed for adults but mature songwriting teens (ages 16-18) are also welcome to participate. In an effort to increase access to music education, this workshop is being offered with a Pay What You Can fee structure starting at $25 for all 5 sessions. The suggested cost for those who have the means is $150.

About the Instructor:

Jenner Fox is folk singer-songwriter-storyteller-second-generation-river-guide. He followed the family river trade, and recorded his first record (self titled) in 2015 to sell to rafting clients. Four records later, Jenner calls Sisters, OR home, travels from show to show on a cargo bike whenever possible, guides whitewater rivers all over the world, teaches music camps, and searches for songs.

Jenner is a storyteller. His music is full of love, compassion and curiosity. The characters are relatable because they’re real folks. His stories are sincere and draw you in because they’re your stories. His songs make it clear that he is a true listener and observer of the world around him, and will have you laughing one minute and crying the next, engaged with wide eyes and bated breath from start to finish.” – Lawson White, Good Child Records


Jenner Fox