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Homegrown @ HEART: Stories to Songs Workshop with Mama Kin (Non-Musicians 12+)

Next event Saturday 24 Jul from 11am to 12:30pm

By Margaret River HEART & Cabin Fever Festival 2021

Danielle Caruana is Mama Kin, twice ARIA nominated, Australia’s much-loved singer-songwriter known for transporting audiences with her soulful vocals and magical songs.

Her lyrics are one element of her songwriting that stands her apart from other songwriters. Beyond the stage, Mama Kin is passionate about interacting with local communities, meeting local musicians and encouraging them to develop their musicianship and creativity.

For [email protected], Mama Kin is offering free workshops for the community for both musicians and non-musicians.

  • Workshops are 1.5 hours.
  • Ages 12+
  • Register Online – registrations essential.  Capacity 30 pax.
  • Cost: FREE


Stories to Songs Workshop with Mama Kin

  • Saturday 24 July
  • 11am – 12.30pm
  • STUDIO Theatre
  • 30pax

For anyone aged 12+ without a musical background

A professional development workshop for musicians.  In her music, Danielle will paint pictures, lure you in, but never, ever, tell you what is happening.  In this workshop, Danielle will share with you the tools she uses to develop and strengthen her lyric writing, and how she applies this to her weekly songwriting practice.




Cabin Fever Festival 2021

Cabin Fever is a 10-day winter adventure, laden with unique events for lovers of decadent food, fine local wines and live music – from mystery dinners to cheese and wine pairing battles – every experience is an indulgence for the senses. Tourists and locals will descend on the vineyards, wine bars and other wondrous spots of the beautiful Margaret River region between July 16 and 25, to create their own winter escapade.

This winter, there will be more than 35 unique events from July 16 to 25.



[email protected] is supported by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DGLSCI) Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program (RACIP) ‘In the House’ grants program.  The funding enables this new multi-genre [email protected] Music Program to host twelve musical performances across 2021 and 2022 calendar years.