In The Schools
Our activities are local, regional & national. They recognize excellence in music & music education; Give students a path to professional success; Provide exploration opportunities into all areas of music and, tools to demonstrate how music education contributes to making students college and career ready.
The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to team up with our long-time partner, The Norris Foundation, to produce our first ever Student Showcase! The program is designed to offer high school students an opportunity to showcase their musical talents on stage at the GRAMMY Museum for their friends and family. Learn More
GRAMMY Camp is a 7-day non-residential music industry program for high school students interested in careers in music that takes place every July on the campus of the University of Southern California. Students from across the country apply for one of eight career tracks. GRAMMY Camp faculty of music professionals, as well as guest professionals, provide valuable insight to give campers the best chance at achieving success in their chosen career.Learn More
The GRAMMY Museum’s after school session provide a six week after school experience taught by industry professionals, designed to give high school students a greater understanding of specific careers in the music industry.Learn More
From workshops created around common core state standards, to our career-based Backstage Pass program, we’re giving students the opportunity to learn about all subjects through music.Learn More
GRAMMY In The Schools Fest, presented by MusicPower, is a free four-day virtual festival celebrating music and music education broadcast online the week leading up to Music’s Biggest Night – the GRAMMY Awards®.Learn More
The GRAMMY Museum’s education programs are going virtual! Join us as we take some of our most popular workshops online.Learn More
Local LA students who toured the museum.
Students who participated in workshops.