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SONY GETS BEHIND THE BEATS
3/29/22

Sony Music Publishing held a songwriting and composing workshop this weekend for young girls as part of a partnership with Girls Make Beats.

With the support of SMP songwriters Crystal Nicole, Caroline Ailin and Sarah Aarons, as well as Bleeding Fingers Music composers Laurentia Editha, Adam Lukas, Christian Lundberg, Anze Rozman, Kara Talve and Denise Santos, 15 students enrolled in GMB worked together on 3/26 to create an original song and video score about women empowerment.

“We’re thrilled to bring back our Beyond the Instrument program–expanded this year to provide exciting opportunities for aspiring songwriters and composers,” said Towalame Austin, Executive Vice President, Philanthropy and Social Impact, Sony Music Group. “Working with Girls Make Beats gives SMG the opportunity to further its commitment to inspire and prepare future music leaders—through the creative lens of our very own songwriters.”

The workshop was part of a series of composition programs that aim to empower the next generation of songwriters, composers, producers, DJs, and audio engineers.

Tiffany Miranda, President and Founder, Girls Make Beats said, “Songwriting and composing are viable career pathways that have traditionally been male dominated fields. We are both honored and excited to have our girls mentored by the inspiring industry professionals at Sony Music Publishing and Bleeding Fingers to create a pipeline for the next generation of music makers.”