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GRAMMY Museum Announces March Digital Museum Schedule

GRAMMY Museum Announces March Digital Museum Schedule

The GRAMMY Museum is entering a full month due to the GRAMMY Awards. The next round of new and never-before-released digital content, including previously announced Spotlight Saturdays series featuring up-and-coming artists, while the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles remains closed until further notice in light of COVID-19. 

Here is this month’s schedule:


New Programs to be released this month
Mon, March 1

  • Harry Gregson-Williams discusses the Original Score & Original Song for Disney’s Mulan
  • Leslie Odom, Jr. discusses his role as Sam Cooke in One Night in Miami…

Thurs, March 4 – Celebrating Women’s History Month

  • Alice Bag
  • Leila Cobo, VP of Latin Music at Billboard, discusses her book Decoding “Despacito”: An Oral History of Latin Music
  • Ella Henderson
  • Sara Kays

Celebrating GRAMMY Week

  • 3/8 Grace Potter
  • 3/9 A Louisiana GRAMMY Celebration livestream featuring performances by Louisiana based nominees at 5 p.m. PT/7 p.m. CT
  • 3/10 GIVĒON

Thurs, March 18

Thurs, March 25

  • Gerry Beckley

Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover By Hollywood Records

Archived Programs to be released this month

See Also

  • Brandi Carlile
  • Luke Combs
  • Dua Lipa
  • Rival Sons
  • Ringo Starr in partnership with Iron Mountain Entertainment Services
  • Tanya Tucker, Brandi Carlile, & Shooter Jennings
  • LeeAnn Womack


  • 3/4 – Ringo: Peace & Love (Archived Public Program will also be available on COLLECTION:live)


GRAMMY In The Schools Fest:
The GRAMMY Museum’s GRAMMY In The Schools Fest (GITS Fest) presented by MusicPower with additional support from Zildjian is a four-day virtual festival celebrating music and music education featuring performances by students and professionals along with engaging, educational panels by artists, educators and other music professionals. GITS Fest, which is free to the public with registration, will truly localize the GRAMMY Week experience in cities and schools nationwide. Woven throughout the virtual festival will be lessons and other valuable information provided by top practitioners across the broad spectrum of music, music education and its connection to other school subject areas. GITS Fest incorporates elements of various GRAMMY Museum education programs, including GRAMMY Camp®, GRAMMY Career Day and the Music Educator Award.

Attendees include Andy Nahas, founder, MusicPower; GRAMMY winner and current nominee Derek “MixedByAli” Ali; current GRAMMY nominee Jon Batiste; current GRAMMY nominees HAIM; GRAMMY winner and current nominee H.E.R.; previous GRAMMY nominee Hunter Hayes; GRAMMY winner and current nominee Michael League of Snarky Puppy; GRAMMY winner and current nominee Manny Marroquin; GRAMMY winner and current nominee PJ Morton; previous GRAMMY nominee Charlie Puth; and Michael Sticka, President of the GRAMMY Museum. The recipient of the Recording Academy and GRAMMY Museum’s eighth annual Music Educator Award will also be in attendance.

Free to the public for those who register in advance:

Backstage Pass Series – GRAMMY Week edition
Celebrate GRAMMY Week with your favorite artists during a special edition of the series, Backstage Pass. The career exploration series will feature exclusive Instagram Livestreams, giving students a first-hand look at what it takes to get a job in the music industry. Tune-in Tues, March 9 – Friday, March 12 at 11 am PT at the GRAMMY Museum Instagram (@grammymuseum).

  • 3/9 Sam DeRosa
  • 3/10 Adam Friedman
  • 3/11 Blu DeTiger
  • 3/12 TBA

GRAMMY Camp® is a 5-day nonresidential summer music industry program for high school students interested in having a career in music. Students from across the country can apply to one of the many career tracks offered during the 2021 session. GRAMMY Camp faculty of music professionals as well as guest industry professionals provide valuable insight to give the campers the best chance at achieving success in their chosen career.

Apply Today:

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