The American PRO's signature event created to inspire, educate and connect aspiring songwriters and composers across the globe returns virtually this March after a massively successful year of virtual events in 2021.

ASCAP kicks off its star-studded monthly sessions with an International Women’s Day panel on Tuesday featuring three of the industry’s leading composers and songwriters. “Wordly Women in Music,” which takes place via their YouTube, features Oscar-nominated composer Germaine Franco, who scored Encanto and co-wrote songs for Coco; 2021 Pulitzer Prize-winning concert music composer and conductor Tania León and 2016 ASCAP London Songwriter of the Year Amy Wadge, whose songwriting credits appear on Ed Sheeran’s X, James Blunt’s The Afterlove and Kacey Musgraves’s Golden Hour.

The distinguished panelists will come together in a conversation about what it takes to make music that crosses national and cultural boundaries and more. Check out ASCAP Experience's site for full listings and events – we highly recommend you tune in. They're free! Via ASCAP