Featured artist shares talent in music workshop
Before hitting that stage as the Carson Valley Art Council’s next performer for their concert series Annie Bosko will share her talents with the public.
If you are a country music fan and want to be a country singer, plan to attend Bosko’s Youth Music Workshop 3:30-4:30 p.m. Jan. 22 at the CVIC Hall, Esmeralda Ave, Minden.
The workshop is designed for students grades 6–12, but adults are welcome.
The 60-minute workshop features Bosko, a singer, songwriter, teaching about song writing, starting her career in the country music business plus collaborating and touring with Nashville’s best.
“Rolling Stone” named Bosko one of top country artists to watch in 2015.
“CVAC is honored to bring American Idol semi-finalist, Annie Bosko to Carson Valley,” CVAC Event Coordinator Sharon Hoelscher Day said.
Bosko is bringing her own music and talent from the Troubadour in Los Angeles, Calif., to the Ryman in Nashville, plus collaborating and touring with Nashville’s best including opening or backing vocal slots with Darius Rucker, Martina McBride, Adele, Josh Groban, Dierks Bentley, Big & Rich, Josh Turner and more.
Her music can be previewed at http://www.anniebosko.com.
Bosko is the third concert in the 2015-16 CVAC Concert Series.
Registration for the workshop is $10 for students or $40 for adults.
Workshop registration includes a concert ticket for Bosko and her band’s performance that day at 7 p.m. Jan. 22 at CVIC Hall, Minden.
For more information call 782-8207 or email email@example.com.
To register, send your name, address, phone and email with registration check payable to CVAC or drop off at the CVAC office by Jan. 21.
Pre-registration is required.
Carson Valley Arts Council & Copeland Cultural Arts Center is located at 1572 Highway 395, Suite A, in Minden.