ATLANTA, GA – Even before the pandemic, finding accessible and affordable singing lessons was no easy task. Parents would have to spend thousands of dollars on exclusive schools that would help their children develop their talents but not be able to prepare them with the skills they need to navigate the music industry. Thankfully, the Young Artist Academy is here to provide an alternative and bring virtual music lessons into the future.
Founded by artist development consultant Jayne Madigan and international vocal coach and recording artist Norwood, the Young Artist Academy stands out not just for its virtual approach, but also for its extensive training library for parents to help guide their child’s artistic development and provide them with a path forward in the music industry.
Enrollment is offered at a low monthly fee, and members who enroll during their upcoming launch cycle that begins on the week of September 15th, 2020, a 50% discount will be applied to their membership for life.
The Young Artist Academy is also pleased to announce a number of upcoming contests for any interested musicians. They are hosting a Free Virtual Talent Contest that ends on August 6, 2020. The Grand Prize winner in each age division (8-12 & 13-19) will receive a 1-year scholarship!
Additionally, their “Hit that High Note” 5-Day Challenge will start on August 24-28, 2020. The challenge participant with the most engagement in their private Facebook Group will also receive a 1-year scholarship!
Furthermore, they will also be hosting a virtual “Young Singer Summit” from September 14-18. The Summit will highlight interviews with industry experts who specialize in working with children and is a surefire way to get a head start in the music business!
As if it couldn’t get any better, the Young Artist Academy will also be offering a 30-Day Video Series for Parents: “Singing Success Online” from August 1-31. The video series will educate parents on the benefits of online singing lessons, equipment needed, age requirements, tips for success, and so much more!
Parents looking to help their children develop their musical talents can visit the Young Artist Academy’s website and sign up before the launch in September. Their private Facebook group can be found here, and they can also be reached by email at email@example.com, or by phone at (818) 245-5099.
Company Name: Young Artist Academy
Contact Person: Jayne Madigan and Norwood
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Country: United States