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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 [...]
Limited Edition Scarypoolparty Print to Benefit the Museum

Limited Edition Scarypoolparty Print to Benefit the Museum

Announcing a limited edition art print in official collaboration with Scarypoolparty and A Good Print! Every purchase of the "What We Need" print comes with a unique message written by Scarypoolparty, and $10 from each print sold benefits the GRAMMY Museum. Grab your exclusive print today - available for the next three weeks or until [...]
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 [...]