Members: Have you performed in a CSA showcase? Have you kept a few of your critiques that inspire you? We want to spread the love!
Snap a photo of your favorite cards and comments, and email them to ColumbusSongwritersAssociation@gmail.com
It’s been almost two years since Columbus Songwriters Association began.
We’ve come a long way. Hundreds of work hours have been spread among a few people, who’ve loved every minute of it. But now is the time to function as an organization that is truly for songwriters and by songwriters. This is your chance to get insights on the day-to-day. This is your chance to contribute to the month-to-month growth of the music community in Columbus. With your help, we’ll be able to do more than we dreamed.
18 CSA members have already joined a committee. If you’re interested, we’re just asking for a few hours of commitment each month, which will involve a monthly meeting with other songwriters. Together, we can make a sustainable impact on the Columbus music community.
(If you completed a committee form at the June Launch Party, no need to resubmit this form.)
Lead an events team through planning, coordinating, and administrative support.
Contribute to the quality of CSA posts and brand through the creation of visual materials.
Previous non profit experience with grant writing and/or fundraising necessary for this role.
Lead a team to develop new value for CSA partners and CSA brand.
New Member (Welcome) Committee:
Lead a team that welcomes new members into the community through email or in person meetings. Educate and motivate new members on important happenings.
Lead a team to extend CSA brand towards promotional platforms, mass media, and national publications.
If you couldn’t make the June Launch Party, we’ve made an overview video to keep you in the know. It’s less than 10 minutes and will inform you about CSA history, growth, and future projects. Enjoy!
Don’t view it as a science. It’s an art, and art takes time and emotion. Be patient and let it become what it wants to. Don’t force anything, otherwise, like most things, it will eventually crumble. With both writing and playing an instrument, be yourself. Just let you be you. I truly believe you can hear someone’s personality through their playing. And that is an amazing and beautiful thing. If it’s difficult or maybe not clear at first, don’t hate it. Love it, it’s all part of how we learn.
What are you currently working on as a musician?
I am currently just writing music and not performing. I am still trying to find myself through my music and feel as though I need to do that first for some reason. I have performed before and found it empty or something. Not sure why.
What are you studying in college?
Right now, I am attending Groove U for production and audio engineering. I love the studio. It’s where the magic can be solidified in time.
What is your dream?
My dream is to do what I love. And I kind of already am! I am very fortunate to be surrounded by such talented people in Columbus. I want to keep moving up in the world of music. I will work as hard as I can to do so.
What smart phone app do you use the most?:
What’s your least favorite subject in school?:
What local band do you think is most underrated?:
Our Bi-Annual CSA Launch Party will be this Sunday, June 22nd at 6PM.
CSA members and founders will briefly discuss our accomplishments, our current projects, and announce very exciting future projects.
This is an exclusive invitation to CSA members. However, if you have a friend you’d like to bring, this is a +1 event.
If you missed our launch party in February, catch up on the presentation.
Name: Hannah Peale
Role: Public Relations
Tell us about you:
I am currently a junior, about to be senior, at Upper Arlington High School. I run track and play soccer there. I also take voice and piano lessons, and am planning to teach myself guitar this summer.
What advice would you give to beginners who are learning a new instrument for the first time?
Don’t quit. The most difficult part is at the beginning, when things just might not click right away. But if you don’t push through that, you will never get to experience the freedom and enjoyment of playing, which is something completely different than the struggles of learning.
What smart phone app do you use the most?
Least favorite subject in school?
After high school, I plan to move out West for college and study music management or some other form of business/music combination.
What local band do you think is most underrated?