Haley LA #MusicWorksSession - May 22, 2018
05-10-2018, 03:39 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-10-2018, 03:49 PM by Miguel.)
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Haley LA #MusicWorksSession - May 22, 2018
Quote:L.A. Works Verified account @LAWorksNow

It's official! our next #MusicWorksSession will feature the amazing @HaleyReinhart followed by an all-female discussion on the Power of Women in the Music Industry!!! See you at @MIHollywood - May 22nd 6:15. Reserve your free tickets here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-th...5989961212

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"HALEY IS A ROCKSTAR. HALEY HAS A PRESENCE, EVEN WHEN SHE'S NOT SINGING." - BEYONCÉ

ABOUT THE EVENT

Free admission with proof of ticket (access limited to 350 people)

MusicWorks presents a special session featuring American Idol's favorite and leading artists on Postmodern Jukebox, Haley Reinhart.

Program includes:

1-hour singing-songwriting workshop/masterclass featuring Haley Reinhart and emerging artist Arielle Martinez Cohen.

Panel discussion on the "Power of Women in the Music Industry" Haley Reinhart (Artist), Jess Frohman (Music Agent, ICM Partner), Tanisha Hall (White-Hall Academy), Dr. Stacy Smith (USC) and more

Meet & Greet.

About LA Works:

Quote:L.A. Works is a 501©3 nonprofit, volunteer action center that creates and implements hands-on community service projects throughout the greater Los Angeles area. We strive to empower Angelenos to address pressing social issues through volunteerism and community collaborations.

Founded in 1991, our mission consists of three principal pillars:

1) INCREASE volunteer participation in community service projects;
2) PROVIDE our nonprofit partners with access to volunteer labor and other RESOURCES; and
3) EDUCATE and encourage people to engage in the broader social issues affecting the greater Los Angeles Community.



Quote:1-hour singing-songwriting workshop/masterclass featuring Haley Reinhart and emerging artist Arielle Martinez Cohen.

She wrote this song two years ago when she was 16.

"This song was inspired by the Doomsday Clock, which is set by The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists... The clock is now at two minutes to midnight, the closest it has ever been since 1953, when the United States tested the first hydrogen bomb."

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