Hit US songwriter to deliver exclusive masterclass at the Institute

The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance is delighted to announce that Ralph Murphy, hit songwriter, publisher, author and former President of the Nashville Songwriters Association, will deliver an exclusive series of masterclasses and workshops on Thursday 27th October at their facilities in London.

Ralph has enjoyed considerable and continuous success over five decades, consistently charting songs in an ever-changing musical environment. He has had hit records with many UK and US acts, including Crystal Gayle, Cliff Richard, Randy Travis, Don Williams, Kathy Mattea and Shania Twain. He has achieved platinum records as a producer, written the widely acclaimed ‘Murphy’s Laws of Songwriting’ articles and book which are widely used as part of the curriculum at many colleges, universities, and by songwriter organizations, and he has achieved success as the publisher and co-owner of the extremely successful Picalic Group of Companies.

Widely regarded as the top songwriting coach in the world, Ralph is in worldwide demand for the lectures on songwriting which he has delivered around the globe. Ralph has served as President of The Nashville Chapter of the Recording Academy and has been a NARAS National Trustee and President of the Nashville Songwriters Association International. And as if that weren;t enough, he has served as Vice President for the USA and International organisation ASCAP, the Songwriters Guild of America and is a member of NSAI, NARAS, CMA, CCMA, SAC, SGA.

During the course of the day, Ralph will be delivering several different sessions exclusively to Institute students, including his famous masterclass on how to have a hit on US radio. Aspiring writers will get to play their material and receive analysis and critique live in session.

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