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Careers Through Music Video Series: Skill Building

Careers Through Music Video Series: Skill Building

Music always has been a part of political movements, and the American Civil Rights Movement is one of the strongest echo of this belief. The civil rights movement in the It is easy to be blinded or overwhelmed by long-term goals, such as winning a Grammy or achievements of the ilk. This video helps musicians [...]
April Museum At Home Release Schedule

April 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 intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians in its 200-seat Clive Davis Theater. Since the Museum [...]
Music of the Civil Rights Movement – Lesson 2

Music of the Civil Rights Movement – Lesson 2

Music always has been a part of political movements, and the American Civil Rights Movement is one of the strongest echo of this belief. The civil rights movement in the 1950s & 1960s have once been described as the greatest singing movement in our nation’s history. Many of the songs grew out of the rich [...]
Video Production Lesson 2: Camera Settings and Angles and Shots

Video Production Lesson 2: Camera Settings and Angles and Shots

Today’s lesson acquaints students with Musical Instrument Digital Interfaces (MIDI) by providing a brief history on the concept of recording note information instead of sound--piggy backing on earlier concepts such as rolls for the Player Piano. The class will break into groups to begin creating their very own bass and synth MIDIs for their compositions [...]
Electronic Music Production Lesson 2: Producing With MIDI

Electronic Music Production Lesson 2: Producing With MIDI

Today’s lesson acquaints students with Musical Instrument Digital Interfaces (MIDI) by providing a brief history on the concept of recording note information instead of sound--piggy backing on earlier concepts such as rolls for the Player Piano. The class will break into groups to begin creating their very own bass and synth MIDIs for their compositions [...]
Music of the Civil Rights Movement

Music of the Civil Rights Movement

Music always has been a part of political movements, and the American Civil Rights Movement is one of the strongest echo of this belief. The civil rights movement in the 1950s & 1960s have once been described as the greatest singing movement in our nation’s history. Many of the songs grew out of the rich [...]
Video Production Lesson 1: Introduction

Video Production Lesson 1: Introduction

From this lesson plan, students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of using a DSLR camera, demonstrate an understanding of professional shooting techniques, choose professional frame rates and resolutions, and practice shooting with the camera and adjusting settings. DOWNLOAD LESSON PLAN Age Group: Grades 6 to College
Music Education At Home Release Schedule

Music Education At Home Release Schedule

The core of the GRAMMY Museum’s mission is to provide music education for all. Therefore, while our Museum’s physical location is closed until further notice in light of COVID-19 we will release educational content and lesson plans on our blog and digital platforms during the closure, continuing our mission of paying tribute to our musical [...]
Public Programs At Home Release Schedule

Public Programs At Home Release Schedule

For the first time, the GRAMMY Museum will debut never-before-released digital Public Programs from our archive while our Museum’s physical location is closed until further notice in light of COVID-19. The Museum’s Public Programs digital series will feature intimate sit-down interviews with the diverse artists and musicians we have welcomed since opening 12-years-ago. We will [...]