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Revisit: Ravi Shankar: A Life in Music

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Made possible with generous support from The Hoesterey Family Charitable Foundation and Brian and Adria Sheth

Revisit: Ravi Shankar: A Life in Music

Revisit: Ravi Shankar: A Life in Music

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT The GRAMMY Museum became the first U.S. museum to celebrate India's most esteemed musician with the April 29, 2015 opening of Ravi Shankar: A Life In Music.  Ravi Shankar: A Life In Music was displayed in the Mike Curb Gallery on the Museum’s fourth floor and gave visitors a unique look into [...]
Album Club: Led Zeppelin (Part 1)

Album Club: Led Zeppelin (Part 1)

Welcome back to Album Club. This week Bob digs into Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album. Released in early 1969, Led Zeppelin ranks as one of the earliest—and best—heavy metal albums in rock history. Album Club is a weekly special led by Bob Santelli, GRAMMY Museum's Founding Executive Director. GRAMMY Museum members get early access to [...]
GRAMMY Museum and Rock & Roll Forever Foundation present: The Evolution of Sampling

GRAMMY Museum and Rock & Roll Forever Foundation present: The Evolution of Sampling

Take a trip through the history of sampling and gain a deeper understanding of this musical and technological practice. Using mixed media, students will explore information-assimilating and mood-manipulating byproducts of sampling. While kickin’ it artists such as Wu Tang Clan, students will compare and contrast one of their tracks to the original song being sampled. [...]
The Member Playlist – 3rd Edition

The Member Playlist – 3rd Edition

Curated by members of the GRAMMY Museum, the third edition of the Member Playlist is now available on Spotify. Thank you to everyone who helped put this week’s list together! To learn more about Membership at the GRAMMY Museum, including levels and benefit, please visit our Membership page. We're updating the playlist bi-monthly, so please [...]
GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lesson by Justin DiCioccio: Tips on Rehearsing, Conducting, and Balancing Jazz Ensembles

GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lesson by Justin DiCioccio: Tips on Rehearsing, Conducting, and Balancing Jazz Ensembles

GRAMMY Camp Jazz Band Director, Justin DiCioccio is here with tips on rehearsing, conducting, and balancing jazz ensembles. Despite the focus on jazz ensembles, many of these tips will apply to any career you may undergo. Justin touches on themes such as organization, practice, improved listening habits, and so much more. Follow these tips for [...]
GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lesson by Heather Moore: Student Mental Health and Music

GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lesson by Heather Moore: Student Mental Health and Music

Join social science educator and Jane Ortner Education Award participant, Heather Moore, as she discusses the importance of mental health and the coping properties of music. Being a student amidst Covid-19 is difficult and today we seek to alleviate anxieties through the positive power of music. Students will think deep, enarmouring themselves by creating their [...]
Album Club: Bob Marley and The Wailers’ Catch A Fire (Part 2)

Album Club: Bob Marley and The Wailers’ Catch A Fire (Part 2)

Welcome back to Album Club. Last week Bob Santelli introduced the Wailers’ Catch a Fire, which is often called reggae’s first landmark album and introduced the world to Bob Marley and the group, the Wailers. This week, listen as Bob discusses the album in-depth, provides some historical context, as well as some personal anecdotes! Album [...]
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 [...]