Virtual Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar 2020


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Members $239.00

Non-Members $299.00

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We are excited to go virtual with the goal is to provide a flexible learning schedule as we all explore and develop songwriting together in a digital world! Each Monday will kick-off with a weekly guide containing a video playlist, corresponding exercises, and bonus resources to dig into that week's topics. Watch the videos at your leisure throughout the week and then participate in discussion groups timed to fit with your schedule.

We have reformatted the traditional seminar into a multi-week virtual event that will take place October 19th - November 20th, 2020. Each week will focus on new guests, new topics and new conversations.


Each Monday will kick-off with a Weekly Guide containing the highlighted panels and guests, corresponding exercises, and bonus resources to dig into that week's topics. Throughout the weeks, Seminar attendees will have the opportunity to participate in LIVE virtual group discussions each Thursday (October 22, October 29, November 5, November 12, November 19). Choose between a morning, afternoon, or evening group to best fit your schedule!


Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar (TPSSS) is the perfect event for songwriters of any genre and any skill level to further develop their songwriting toolkit, build a stronger network, and learn from enriching segments from experts across the music industry. With the unfortunate delay with many events this year, we're excited to reveal a fresh virtual format to bring Tin Pan South Songwriting Seminar right to you!  

As NSAI’s longest-running event (over 20 years) we are proud to say that this seminar has been the standard by which all other Nashville songwriting seminars are measured. Former Spring Training attendees include hit writers Jon Vezner (Where’ve You Been – Kathy Mattea), Tia Sillers (I Hope You Dance – LeAnne Womack), Barry Dean (Girls Chase Boys - Ingrid Michaelson, Pontoon – Little Big Town) and Lance Carpenter (Love Me Like You Mean It – Kelsea Ballerini). 

Invest in your craft. Meet co-writers. Get inspired. 




Guidelines for attendees under the age of 18:

 Parent must consent to child's participation and provide contact information. 

Call NSAI at 615-256-3354 or 800-321-6008 or Email: with questions.