Leadership Music Now Accepting Class of 2018 Applications

Leadership Music is now accepting applications for its Class of 2018. The organization has made some changes to the application process, upping the period for applying by one month. The eight-month, Nashville-based program begins in October and is designed to expose participants to every phase of the music industry and build channels of communication between established leaders, while exploring the challenges facing the music industry. Leadership Music will accept applications online through Feb. 28.

Chosen participants attend an initial orientation and alumni welcome reception in September, an Opening Retreat in October, followed by six all-day sessions once a month, ending in May with graduation at Closing Retreat. For the second year, three program days will be held on Tuesday and three on Friday. One-time tuition for the program is $1,000. Application forms, program dates, policies and FAQ’s are available at leadershipmusic.org/apply.

“We continue to experience an increase in applications to the Leadership Music program in record numbers, and we are gratified at the level of interest,” said Debbie Schwartz Linn, Executive Director. “So many factors enter into selecting the next, as we say in Leadership Music, ‘best class ever.’ Ideally, that means a class comprised of passionate, balanced and diversified professionals, who are, individually and collectively, the best and brightest leaders in their field and represent all segments of the music industry across the country.  We are fond of saying at Leadership Music, the class you are in is the class you were meant to be in.”

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