Grammy Nominee Leeland, Featured on Michael W. Smith's CD, Among Discoveries
Contact: Tracie Allen, Embassy Music, 615-361-3700, email@example.com
NASHVILLE, August 16 /Christian Newswire/ -- In celebration of its 13th anniversary Embassy Music announced today the launch of a new series of monthly seminars to be held at Christian Music landmark, Belmont University on Saturday, September 1st.
Belmont, widely known for fostering talents ranging from Steven Curtis Chapman to American Idol top 5 finalist Melinda Doolittle, will now host the stage that has served as a catalyst for numerous faces in the Christian music industry including New Artist Of The Year nominee, Leeland.
Leeland, one of the most critically acclaimed artists in recent years, saw their debut project nominated for five Doves as well as a Grammy after being discovered by Embassy Music. In addition, Leeland was tapped to write several of the songs on Michael W. Smith's current project.
The new series of monthly seminars will feature educational classes, artist auditions, networking, as well as the opportunity for artists & writers to showcase their music in front of an audience of music industry professionals.
Registration forms as well as additional information regarding the Embassy Music Seminars at Belmont can be obtained by visiting www.embassymusic.com or calling 615.361.3700.
On August 20th, 1994 Embassy Music held its first seminar in New Orleans, LA. Thirteen years later Embassy continues to specialize in discovering and developing new artists and songwriters. Embassy is recognized as one of the leading voices for independent Christian artists & songwriters throughout the United States.