Youth Worship Leader Camp at Baylor in July to Feature Renowned Christian Musicians David Crowder and Robbie Seay

March 17, 2015

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WACO, Texas (March 17, 2015) — A new youth worship leader camp featuring renowned musicians David Crowder, Robbie Seay, Shaun Groves and Leslie Jordan will be held concurrently with this summer’s Alleluia Conference at Baylor University.

Deadline to submit an audition video for the camp, hosted by Baylor’s Center for Music Studies, has been extended to Good Friday, April 3. The Alleluia Conference and youth worship camp will be July 21-24 at various locations on the Baylor campus. Final selections will be made April 15, with 100 slots open and a registration cost of $300 per student, which includes room and board. No audition fee will be charged.

The camp is geared towards young, aspiring worship leaders and instrumentalists (incoming 9th-graders through just-graduated 12th-graders). Applicants are asked to send 45-second video clip(s) displaying their musical ability for worship music. Solo recordings as well as performances with practice tracks or live bands are all acceptable.

Videos may be recorded by methods ranging from an iPhone to a session in a state-of-the-art recording studio, organizers said, as long as the audio and visual quality of the singing and playing is clear.

For information specific to an instrumental/vocal slot or to learn more about the Alleluia Conference, visit

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The Center for Christian Music Studies was founded at Baylor University with the intent to provide leadership in all aspects of Christian music within today's society. As we continually strive to become a preeminent Christian music center worldwide, we foster the growth and effectiveness of efforts to utilize Christian music to its God-given potential.

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