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Bring Back The Choir New Music Forum returns this April with more new songs

The forum shines the spotlight on songwriters

Bring Back The Choir New Music Forum returns once again and will be held Saturday, April 25 at Vermont Avenue Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.  Songwriters can submit up to 3 songs for consideration, and are required to submit a digital recording and at least  sheet music,  lead sheet or lyric sheet for each song.  Registration fee is $35 and includes a music packet containing the selections presented at the Forum.

Bring Back the Choirs spotlights songwriters

Here are five reasons  Stellar Award winner Phillip Carter songwriters should  consider attending the Bring Back The Choir New Music Forum”

  • You serve a musically diverse congregation and are in a constant search for various styles of Christian music.
  • You are a songwriter and you want to expose your music to a group of singers, musicians and choir director who are interested in singing your songs at their churches.
  • You are trying to connect with musical friends from different churches.
  • You want to involve your music department in an environment that promotes choral reading.
  • This could serve as a great way for you to still be involved with singers, songwriters and choir directors on a local and national level if you do not attend national conferences.

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Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of Sarah founded the site to serve as a positive platform for gospel music news, to share all of the good things happening within the Gospel and Christian music industry. In 2017, the site was named one of the Top 50 Gospel and Christian Music websites. Sarah is widely known for her on-the-scene reporting which includes the GMA Dove Awards, the Stellar Awards, Grammys on the Hill, Gospel Music Heritage Month Celebration Concert, McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour, St. Jude Celebration of Hope, the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference and many more. For more than 5 years, Sarah served as the DC Gospel Music Examiner at  where the site garnered more than 150,000 readers in the US and around the world. Sarah was named one of the Top Ten Heroes in Gospel Music in the Washington, DC area in 2012 for her extensive coverage, support and commitment to artists within the D.C. metro region.  In 2016 she was named Person of the Month by IndiMogul Magazine. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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