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The Soul of Music: Succeeding in the Music Industry Workshop Series

Council District
City Council District 3
Event Series Dates
Monday through Friday 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., June 12 to June 16, 2023

The Soul of Music: Succeeding in the Music Industry workshop series will be taught by Grammy award winners, social media influencers and performers, professional musicians, music distribution experts, and award-winning producers. Topics will include production engineering, branding yourself as a performer, music distribution, musicianship, confidence in performing, music industry career opportunities, song writing and music publishing, and industry networking.

Teens can attend daily or any day they choose. Space is limited, so be sure to register today!

ABOUT THE SOUL OF MUSIC

The Soul of Music Project is a week of music development for middle school and high school teens through the Madrid Theatre’s community outreach program. It is an investment into teen musicians in and around Canoga Park and greater Los Angeles focused on giving young musicians the confidence and tools they need to bridge over into the professional music world. The Soul of Music Week consists of three programs:

Soul of Music Project: Succeeding in the Music Industry – A consecutive five day workshop series for teens–12 to18 years old–focused on developing skills, tools, and tricks of the trade from working musicians as an investment in the next generation of musicians and to prepare them for a career in music. Workshops are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. June 12 to June 16, 2023 held at the UNITE Cultural Center in Canoga Park. Special guest artist lineup and Eventbrite registration coming soon.

Soul of Music Project: Teen Musician Internship Program – High school youth apply to be part of the Soul Juice Band for a week. Youth will rehearse with band leaders Monday through Friday 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., June 12 to June 16, 2023 in Canoga Park to learn original music from the band in preparation for the paid gig on Sunday, June 18. Music interns will receive $100 payment for their participation and will perform with the band at the Valley Cultural Foundation’s stage in Warner Park. valleycultural.org/event/2023-soul-juice-band-youth-weekend/. To register go to https://TeenMusicianInternship.eventbrite.com

Soul of Music Project: Young Musicians VIP Talkback – Youth musicians will meet with the musicians of the Soul Juice Band to ask questions, get advice, and learn about the instrument and musician of their choice. The meet and greet will happen at 8:30 p.m. after the Warner Park concert on June 18, 2023. Tickets are required. To register go to https://YoungMusiciansVIPExperience.eventbrite.com

Location

Unite Cultural Center
21710 Sherman Way
Los Angeles, CA 91303 United States
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