When Music Is Your Life The ASCAP I Create Music EXPO is Your Event
LOS ANGELES (MuseWire) – The world doesn’t need more music. It needs more great music. If you have lyrics in your head, melodies in your heart and rhythm in your soul, then music is your life. But before you can make it a career, you need to master your craft. The ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO puts you face to face with some of the world’s most successful songwriters, composers and producers, all who willingly share their knowledge and expertise and give you the know-how to take your music to the next level.
ASCAP’s fifth annual “I Create Music” EXPO will take place at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, April 22-24, 2010. Register Early, Pay Less! Early Bird Registration starts November 2. Early Bird registration price is just $235 for ASCAP Members, $260 for Partner Members and $285 for others.
And Save Even More! Follow the ASCAP EXPO on Twitter for a Special Pre-Launch Sale link, up to the minute announcements and other exclusive info available only on twitter.com/ascapexpo. The special 3-day sale from October 30th through November 1st will be offered via the EXPO Twitter account and it will have lowest price of the year – $225 for ASCAP Members and $250 for others.
Visit the 2010 EXPO website at: http://www.ascap.com/eventsawards/events/expo/ .
The 2010 EXPO Will Feature Everything You Love About EXPO Plus Even More:
Celebrity Q & A’s
Songwriting & Composing Workshops
Attendee Song Feedback Panels
State-of-the-Art Tech Demos
Leading Music Industry Exhibitors
Publisher & Business Panels
DIY Career Building Workshops
Showcases and Performances.
“When music is your life you need all the contacts, resources and guidance you can get to make it a career in today’s world. But first and foremost music creators need to master their craft. The EXPO provides a unique environment for songwriters, composers and producers to learn from the best in the business on how to improve their art. The energy and inspiration generated by our community coming together in this way is remarkable, and is one of the reasons why the EXPO continues to be so successful,” said ASCAP President and Chairman Paul Williams.