Grammy Camp Nashville To Be Held June 9-13

imgres-1Grammy Camp Nashville will be held June 9-13 at Belmont University. The program brings youth from across the country together with industry professionals for an interactive experience focusing on all aspects of commercial music.

In addition to a faculty of music professionals, students will visit with members of the Nashville Chapter Board of The Recording Academy. Mentors will include: Vice President, Media & Corporate Communications, Sony Music Nashville Allen Brown; co-owner/producer/director, Deaton Flanigen Productions, and Recording Academy Chair Emeritus and GRAMMY Foundation Board Member George J. Flanigen IV; President/CEO of Iconic Entertainment Fletcher Foster; Vice President, A&R, Rounder Records Nashville Tracy Gershon; engineer/owner of The Record Shop Recording Studio, Sean Giovanni; and GRAMMY-winning songwriter/producer Brett James; among others.

The GRAMMY Foundation was established in 1988 to cultivate the understanding, appreciation and advancement of the contribution of recorded music to American culture.

To apply, visit grammyintheschools.com.

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