Academy of Prince 2021 "New World" Sessions
Purple Playground Presents: Academy of Prince
Last week in July and First Week in August
MPLS School of New Music and High School for Recording Arts
FREE
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Where's The Funk?! Find it at Academy of Prince
Thank you for your interest in Academy of Prince. The program is open to singers, songwriters and musicians ages 13-18. Our two-week curriculum teaches Prince history and teachers and special guests include scholars and musicians who worked with him. Students learn Prince history and write and record their own Prince inspired songs. You will learn about Prince, hear his music, and compose and record your own songs in a professional recording studio β€” with sound engineers to guide you. You will make real music by real musicians just as Prince preached. This unique opportunity is FREE and funded by donations to PurplePlayground.org and Grants from The Minnesota State Arts Board. First week will be at the MPLS School of New Music, 4021 N Thomas Ave, Minneapolis, MN and second will be at High School for Recording Arts, 1166 University Ave W, St Paul, MN. Car pools and other transportation can be arranged. We welcome students of all learning abilities. Please email Heidi at purpleplayground319@gmail.com with any questions.
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