3/28/2021 2:54:00 PM Legacy Music To Offer Internet-Based Event
Lincoln Herald Staff firstname.lastname@example.org
A local music company is introducing itself to the public.
According to Gaston Arts Council spokeswoman Kim George, Legacy Music will hold an Internet-based town hall-style event on April 22 at 7 p.m. The business is working in partnership with the Gaston Arts Council in order to introduce itself to the people of Gaston and surrounding counties, as George informed this week.
She continued that the entertainment company its opening new facilities at Eastridge Mall in Gastonia. The facility will house a professional recording studio, an Internet-based radio station, a podcast studio and space for rehearsal, photography and videography. It will offer workshops for local creative people in the fields of audio engineering, music production, songwriting, the music business, radio broadcasting, voiceover work, acting and more, both on an in-person basis and over the Internet. The facility will also be available for private sessions, offering professional environments for new and established performers to develop and produce their creative content.
And the April 22 event will introduce the key partners involved, as well as offer an opportunity for local talent and interested parties to discuss their needs and offer suggestions on ways they can best be served, as George informed.
“All are welcome and encouraged to participate in this groundbreaking meet-and-greet hosted by the Legacy Music team and its partners,” she added.
For more, e-mail queries to Nathaniel Jones at Nathaniel@legacymusic.com.