CHRISTIAN MUSICIAN SUMMIT NASHVILLE ADDS INDUSTRY LEADERS TO UPCOMING TWO-DAY EVENT
"This year, we have relocated CMS Nashville to Music Row, which I know will bring an added level of excitement for our participants," says Matt Kees, president of Christian Musician Summit Inc. "Not only will the attendees learn from the industry's top professionals, but they will do so in the heart of where the business of Music City happens."
Registrants will participate in two days of workshops taught by Nashville session
musicians. Friday's sessions will be intensives (a.k.a. boot camps) for songwriters, vocals, guitar, bass, drums, keys, audio, and choir. Saturday will feature a variety of workshops on these, and other, topics, including leadership and indie artists.
All CMS Nashville attendees will have access to a concert at 7 p.m. Friday night, headlined by One Sonic Society, with Matt Maher and Sarah Macintosh each opening with an acoustic set.
About Christian Musician Summit:
The Christian Musician Summit conferences, co-founded by Bruce Adolph and Matt Kees, president of Christian Musician Summit, Inc., are designed to inspire and assist worship leaders, musicians, technicians, pastors, songwriters, and independent artists to sharpen their skills for God's glory. In addition to the workshops and concerts, the CMS conferences also feature exhibits with audio/video and music companies who offer products and services for the Christian church market. These events provide a time for musicians and technicians of all levels to come and learn, network and fellowship.
In addition to CMS Nashville, CMS Northwest is scheduled for November 7-9 at Overlake Christian Church in the Seattle suburb of Redmond, Wash. For more information about Christian Musician Summits, visit christianmusiciansummit.com.
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