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May Museum At Home Release Schedule

May Museum At Home Release Schedule

We're excited to announce the GRAMMY Museum's next round of never-before-released free digital content from their archive while the Museum in Los Angeles is closed until further notice in light of COVID-19. The Museum's Public Programs digital series features new intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians recorded via Zoom, as well as archival Programs [...]
Tips for professional success by Marc van Wageningen

Tips for professional success by Marc van Wageningen

Join bassist Marc van Wageningen of the legendary R&B band, Tower of Power, as he shares what he has learned and what he wishes he had done as a working artist over his forty-five years of performing. Applicable to all careers, he discusses the importance of continuing to take lessons, learning from a variety of [...]
Video Production Lesson 3: Shooting a Video/Interview

Video Production Lesson 3: Shooting a Video/Interview

Video production is the stage most people think about when shooting, as it involves the lighting, special effects, the talent, and everything in between. Thinking cumulatively, students will draw upon the lessons they have learned in prior classes to shoot an interview of their own. By finding the right location, lighting, and camera angle, groups [...]
GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lesson by Jason Goldman:  Equipment Needed To Start Producing Music

GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lesson by Jason Goldman: Equipment Needed To Start Producing Music

Music is often contingent on the equipment at hand. Multi-talented musician, producer, and professor, Jason Goldman, considers the relationship between the artist and the necessary equipment to achieve their ends. While artists do not need the most expensive gear on the market, they will need the two bare essentials for producing music: a computer and [...]
Careers Through Music Video Series: Leadership

Careers Through Music Video Series: Leadership

This video is a discussion about the transportive nature of leadership. Teachers and students are encouraged to lead others on a journey to places they haven’t been before. Leadership is important within your own network as well as to your followers.  Part of being a good leader is listening to and identifying other leaders. By [...]