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Ridenour Rehearsal Studios and Motlow State Community College celebrate the summer with an exciting new partnership



Rutherford County's Ridenour Rehearsal Studios and Motlow State Community College are excited to announce their new partnership where they will offer a series of four separate summer music sessions for adults and children. The program, guaranteed to rock the neighborhood, is designed to nurture and enhance musical performance and writing skills, and to create opportunities for individuals to network and "jam" with other local musicians. Classes are configured by age groups and all levels of talent are invited to participate. There will be four classes offered in June and four in July.

“We are creating adult-only and child-only classes and we have the ability to create genre-specific classes if we have enough interest from YOU,” commented Keith Ridenour, Founder, Ridenour Rehearsal Studios. "This is just the beginning and we look forward to seeing what our attendees would like to see offered in the future.

“As school lets out, your work ramps up and we know your music teams and children's ministries are in full swing, but when was the last time YOU participated in a music session to further develop your skills, feed your creativity,and grow your network with other community, church and education leaders in Rutherford County? We have designed a program, created by the Department of Workforce Innovation at @MotlowState and Ridenour Rehearsal Studios, that will satisfy your musical passions you won't want to miss out on," commented Joy Rich, Assistant Vice President, Workforce Development, Motlow State Community College.
Motlow Trained/Workforce Training from Motlow State Sessions:

Student 2 Stage - Advance from a student of music to a performer of music!
Sing It Live - Vocal training, contest/audition prep - "It's your time to SHINE!"
Music & Lyrics - Group songwriting sessions & songwriters night!
Dads & Dudes - Make music, join a band, and perform for an audience of fans!

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