ACM Lifting Lives has teamed again with the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities for the 7th Annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp slated for June 22-June 29 in Nashville.
The week-long residential program, open to individuals with Williams syndrome, will offer one-of-a-kind experiences to this year’s attendees, including a day in the recording studio with Carrie Underwood and producer Ross Copperman, a Seacrest studio visit with RaeLynn, a visit to Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe with Maren Morris, a meet-and-greet with Maddie & Tae, and a songwriting workshop with Copperman and Eric Paslay.
Additionally, the campers will end the week on stage at the Grand Ole Opry with a live performance with Rascal Flatts.
The Camp has a dual purpose of studying Williams syndrome while providing music enrichment through performance and education. ACM Lifting Lives funds the costs of the Camp in addition to providing scholarships to several campers, enabling the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center to advance its mission of improving the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through research, training and service.
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