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BMI and peermusic Co-host Successful Songwriting Camp

Posted in News on October 23, 2014
Pictured at the two-day songwriting camp at the peermusic office in Miami, Florida: Back row (L–R): Julca Brothers; Linkon; BMI Director, Latin Writer/Publisher Relations, Carolina Arenas; peermusic VP, Latin America Operations, Chema Escrina; Cynthia Bagué; Motiff; Juan Cristobal Losada; peermusic Chairman and CEO Ralph Peer II; Gustavo Galindo and Junior Cabral. Front row (L–R): Alcover; Bruno Danzza; peermusic VP, Latin Division East Coast and Puerto Rico, Julio Bagué; BMI Senior Director, Latin Writer/Publisher Relations, Joey Mercado; peermusic VP, Latin Division West Coast, Yvonne Drazan and BMI VP, Latin Writer/Publisher Relations, Delia Orjuela.
Pictured at the two-day songwriting camp at the peermusic office in Miami, Florida: Back row (L–R): Julca Brothers; Linkon; BMI Director, Latin Writer/Publisher Relations, Carolina Arenas; peermusic VP, Latin America Operations, Chema Escrina; Cynthia Bagué; Motiff; Juan Cristobal Losada; peermusic Chairman and CEO Ralph Peer II; Gustavo Galindo and Junior Cabral. Front row (L–R): Alcover; Bruno Danzza; peermusic VP, Latin Division East Coast and Puerto Rico, Julio Bagué; BMI Senior Director, Latin Writer/Publisher Relations, Joey Mercado; peermusic VP, Latin Division West Coast, Yvonne Drazan and BMI VP, Latin Writer/Publisher Relations, Delia Orjuela.

Broadcast Music, Inc. and peermusic presented a two-day songwriting camp on October 17 and 18 at the peermusic office in Miami. The camp was initiated as an opportunity for a select group of songwriters to come together in a comfortable environment and constructively work together on their craft. Songwriting participants included Alcover, Bruno Danzza, Gustavo Galindo, Cynthia Bagué, Juan Cristobal Losada, Junior Cabral, Linkon, Los Julca Brothers and Motiff.

During the event, writers worked in various groupings as they cultivated new collaborations, honed their skills, reunited with old friends and — most importantly — created a new collection of songs. Participants described the camp as a refreshing, exciting, inspiring and fun environment that enabled them to enhance their songwriting craft. For its closing finale, a playback session allowed the rotating pairings to share the results of their work.