Powerful Praise Music Conference


A hands-on conference that equips church musicians to glorify God by making truly excellent worship music.
 

Since many of you all enjoy music, I thought you all might be interested in this conference a friend of ours is putting on. 

Go to this link to get all the details. 


Early Bird registration ENDS APRIL 30TH, so be sure to signup soon if you plan to attend. 

Reasons I’m excited to attend:)
It's going to be a very good conference focused on Hymns and worship music for church and singing in harmony. 
I know quite a few people that are going. Evan and I will be there with our parents, and lots of other friends will be as well. I'm sure you will know lots of people too:) 
Personally I’m really excited to meet Faye Lopez as I have really liked lots of her hymn arrangements, and books. Also, I'm excited to see Brian Fox again. He used to lead a homeschool choir of young people at a conference we used to go to.
 I also hope to learn more about chord structures and key progressions as well, as I’m not very solid in that area when it comes to church accompanying. 
Anyhow, I hope that answers your questions. Please let me know if you have any others:) I do hope you're able to come. I'm sure it would be a blessing to you. 

OH and be sure to tell your friends about the conference, and invite them to attend. It's going to be wonderful, and you won't regret it I'm sure:) I look forward to seeing you at the conference:)

And since we're on the topic of music, leave a comment and let me know …………………





4 comments:

  1. Choosing only one favorite isn't easy. I suppose that contemporary Christian music is my favorite. Although I enjoy Big Band, classical piano, and hymns.

    Sarah

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  2. Classical, unless hymns count as a genre. :)
    -Elsie

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  3. Bluegrass, especially bluegrass/country gospel. Irish/Scottish/Celtic close second, along with old-time Southern/Texas fiddle. (I know, it's not ONE genre. . .) :)

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  4. Andrew Peterson. He crosses all the genres and take only the best from them. ;)

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