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Grammy Museum Selects Students And Announces Guest Artists For 2020 Virtual Grammy Camp

Grammy Museum Selects Students And Announces Guest Artists For 2020 Virtual Grammy Camp

  • The Grammy Museum has announced the students that will take part in this year's virtual Grammy's Camp. Kat Cunning and OK GO will be guests.

The GRAMMY Museum has announced 84 talented high school students from 63 U.S. cities across 19 states that have been selected as participants in the 16th annual GRAMMY Camp® program. This year’s guest artists include Kat Cunning, Moon Taxi, OK GO, Tim Lopez and Tom Higgenson from Plain White T’s, and Bryce Vine.

This year’s camp will be held virtually for the first time on Tuesday, July 14 – Saturday, July 18.. The students will hear from the guest artists as they discuss their career paths and help prepare the students for the music industry.

“While GRAMMY Camp will be a virtual experience this summer, we still intend for it to remain one of the most immersive summer camps for high school students interested in a career in music and continue to give young people the opportunity to study with music industry professionals, resulting in a genuine learning experience about life in the music industry,” said Michael Sticka, President of the GRAMMY Museum. “The program is a prime example of our education initiatives and Mission.”

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This GRAMMY in the Schools® program is presented by the GRAMMY Museum. Additional program support is provided by the Bruno Mars Scholarship Fund, Chuck Lorre Family Foundation, Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, Hawai’i Community Foundation, and the Recording Academy®.
GRAMMY Camp has historically taken place in Los Angeles as a five-day summer music experience. This year, in light of COVID-19, GRAMMY Camp will be a virtual interactive experience via digital conferencing. Focusing on all aspects of commercial music, this unique opportunity provides instruction by industry professionals in an immersive, creative online environment. The program features eight music career tracks: Audio Engineering; Electronic Music Production; Music Business; Music Journalism; Songwriting; Video Production & Motion Graphics; Vocal Performance; and Instrumental Performance. All tracks culminate in virtual media projects, recordings, and/or performances.

2020 GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles Selectees and Tracks (In Alphabetical Order by First Name)
Adam IvesNorthampton, MassachusettsInstrument – Guitar
Agustin MelgarSanta Paula, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Ainsley ToppingMiamiMusic Business
Albert BushalaFullerton, CaliforniaInstrument – Drums
Alexander PriceLa Jolla, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Alixandra PageCosta Mesa, CaliforniaSongwriting
Andrew ParrotMill Valley, CaliforniaMusic Journalism
Andrew SiehrFitchburg, WisconsinInstrument – Keys
Ari Soewarso-RiveraMountain View, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Augustus ShresthaScottsdale, ArizonaElectronic Music Production
Ava PrestonSolon, OhioVocal Performance
Ava ThuressonDel Mar, CaliforniaMusic Journalism
Bailey ToppingMiamiMusic Business
Blake StokesLivermore, CaliforniaSongwriting
Brandon RamirezLos AngelesMusic Business
Caitlin JonesAnthem, ArizonaInstrument – Keys
Carl KukkonenSolana Beach, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Carter Long-CoffeeCulver City, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Cash CherryManhattan Beach, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Christopher ClarkMemphis, TennesseeVocal Performance
Cory HamiltonVallejo, CaliforniaInstrument – Bass
Dali FregosoSan Marcos, TexasAudio Engineering
Drew TownselChicagoMusic Journalism
Edwin McCraryNewnan, GeorgiaInstrument – Guitar
Elisa SarkissianGlendale, CaliforniaSongwriting
Elizabeth BouzaPasadena, CaliforniaMusic Business
Emile BerlinerblauWashington, D.C.Instrument – Bass
Ethan AnapoellAliso Viejo, CaliforniaSongwriting
Freeman BradleyNew YorkElectronic Music Production
Gabriela PoplawskiChicagoAudio Engineering
Genevieve FowlerMemphis, TennesseeMusic Journalism
Grace SorensenRound Rock, TexasVocal Performance
Hannah HeilDeerfield, IllinoisVocal Performance
Hayley LiebermanAtlantaSongwriting
Henry RuckelBexley, OhioMusic Business
Jack MunsonLos Alamitos, CaliforniaVocal Performance
Jackson WhitleyHoustonAudio Engineering
Jackson ZemlerDallasInstrument – Guitar
Jacob BrusseauThousand Oaks, CaliforniaMusic Business
Jake SondermanRancho Mirage, CaliforniaInstrument – Bass
Jake SongClaremont, CaliforniaInstrument – Drums
James JohnstonWashington, D.C.Electronic Music Production
James KosarinNew YorkSongwriting
Jesus AguileraNorwalk, CaliforniaMusic Journalism
John SilvisPlymouth, MinnesotaAudio Engineering
Jordin MacKenzieLeawood, KansasSongwriting
Joseph SchmidtPrairie Village, KansasElectronic Music Production
Julia FinkPacific Palisades, CaliforniaMusic Business
Julie MarshallLemont, IllinoisMusic Business
Lauren KernerShort Hills, New JerseyMusic Business
Lila HasenstabBrooklyn, New YorkElectronic Music Production
Lindsey LiLake Forest, CaliforniaMusic Business
Lucas OktaySeattleElectronic Music Production
Lukas RentonLos AngelesVideo Production
Maria HoffmanHermosa Beach, CaliforniaVideo Production
Martin FinksMemphis, TennesseeSongwriting
Matthew Monet BulchandWest Hills, CaliforniaInstrument – Trumpet
Max DiazKaty, TexasSongwriting
Maxwell NormanAtlantaMusic Journalism
Maxwell TothStudio City, CaliforniaElectronic Music Production
Meghan WrayAtlantaMusic Business
Meghna DasEdison, New JerseyVocal Performance
Miaad BushalaFullerton, CaliforniaVocal Performance
Nadia ReistNashville, TennesseeSongwriting
Natalie LiLake Forest, CaliforniaMusic Business
Nicco SanchezMountain View, CaliforniaAudio Engineering
Nicholas PriceMiamiMusic Business
Nikita MallikBethesda, MarylandAudio Engineering
Noah BarkleyIndianapolisAudio Engineering
Oluwanimofe AkinyanmiPrinceton, New JerseyElectronic Music Production
Omeed AlmassiLos AngelesAudio Engineering
Paul CorsoLake Oswego, OregonInstrument – Drums
Rachel ShoemakeNewnan, GeorgiaVocal Performance
Rijah BanerjeeJersey City, New JerseyVocal Performance
Ryan EganParadise Valley, ArizonaInstrument – Guitar
Sidra VillacortaSanta Ana, CaliforniaSongwriting
Simone LipkinNew YorkSongwriting
Sophia BalderasPasadena, CaliforniaMusic Business
Stephen FealyNew YorkAudio Engineering
Tamara SimsLos AngelesVideo Production
Tess FechnerRolling Hills Estates, CaliforniaMusic Business
Trinity DrummondMalibu, CaliforniaSongwriting
Tyler SalcedoLos AngelesInstrument – Violin
William Smith, IIIRancho Cucamonga, CaliforniaInstrument – Trombone
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