The GRAMMY Museum has announced the return of their in-person public programs in their Clive Davis Theater as well as their next round of new and never-before-released digital content. The Museum’s Public Programs series features intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians.Tickets to in-person Public Programs and more information about current COVID-19 safety protocol are available at www.grammymuseum.org and COLLECTION:live is available here.
Since the Museum opened 12 years ago, it has offered more than 1,000 Public Programs. The Museum continues to release digital educational content and lesson plans as part of the GRAMMY In The Schools Knowledge Bank, continuing its mission of paying tribute to our musical heritage and bringing our community together through music. GRAMMY Museum At Home is made possible with generous support from the Hoesterey Family Charitable Foundation and Brian and Adria Sheth.
September is filled with activities including the GRAMMY Museum Virtual Workshop including the most popular workshops like Music Production 101, Songwriting 101, Music of the Civil Rights Movement, and Celebration of Latin Music. All workshops are free and open to classes and individuals with advanced sign-up. Sign-up here.
GRAMMY Museum SESH is a suite of sessions designed to educate, expose, and equip our community with skills, knowledge, and resources used throughout the music industry. These sessions consist of, After-School SESH for Middle & High School, Industry SESH for ages 18+, and Family SESH for ages 3-7 with a parent or guardian. Topics include Music Production, Songwriting, Music Business, Photography, and more. Sign-up here.
September Programming Schedule:
CLIVE DAVIS THEATER IN-PERSON PUBLIC PROGRAMS
9/13 – Spotlight: Carly Pearce
9/14 – The Drop: Daughtry
9/17 – The Drop: Ryan Tedder/OneRepublic
9/21 – The Music Videos of Fleet Foxes – Director Sean Pecknold in conversation with Robin Pecknold and Jeremiah Chiu
9/23 – Spotlight: Ava Max
9/28 – A Conversation With Danny Elfman
9/29 – The Drop: The Marías
9/30 – The Drop: Shannon McNally
COLLECTION:LIVE DIGITAL PROGRAMS
Thurs, September 9 “The Song of the Earth”
— A Panel Discussion about the Shanghai Symphony’s Recording of Mahler’s Symphonic Song Cycle
— Switchfoot: interview and performance live from the Clive Davis Theater
Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover By Big Machine
9/4 – Danielle Bradbery
9/11 – Jackson Dean
9/18 – Carly Pearce
9/25 – Riley Green
Programs to be released this month celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
— Music from the Cosmic Barrio with Betto Arcos and Gaby Moreno
— Live from the Vault presented by Iron Mountain: Jesse y Joy (from 2015)
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