Master Classes

A Work in Progress is proud to offer several Master Classes per year. Master Classes are specialized courses taught by local professionals in their field. They provide exciting glimpses into specific areas of the arts. These classes are usually packed with information and energetic. Your student will have a chance to get up and work with the professional if they choose to, or just sit back and observe. In either case, they will be inspired!! 

Announcing our next online workshop…

Monica Wright is from Massachusetts and was part of the homeschool community in this area her entire childhood, known for her violin-playing at GCT. She was a member of the first Salt+Light team at AWIP in our 2014-2015 season, and helped as an intern teaching music. She now lives in Nashville and has had a successful start to her music career as a singer/songwriter in the industry.

With her honest lyricism, Monica Wright has been the frontwoman and songwriter for her band Margot and The Toothless Hags. Her songs discuss challenging topics like mental illness, politics and relationships. She has gone on multiple tours and worked with other bands like Ben Strawn, Edward + Jane and more. She is a certified music educator and works at the Woodsong Forest School with their pre-k through 3rd grade. She is passionate to see students express themselves and learn to make music their career. In this masterclass we will focus on basic music business, performance etiquette, composition techniques, and in-studio experiences! Don’t miss out!


  • WHEN: Friday, June 19 @10-12
  • WHERE: A ZOOM online meeting (link to be provided upon registration)
  • COST: $10/student (ages 12+ recommended)

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