GRAMMY Museum Summer Session

The GRAMMY Museum's Summer Session is a six-day non-residential program for students who are currently enrolled in High School in Southern California (grades 9-12).

Summer Session provides novice and intermediate songwriters the resources necessary to build a solid foundation in songwriting. The skills focused on are also beneficial in workforce development across many careers in, and out of music.

This activity is part of a suite of education programs that take place at the GRAMMY Museum L.A. Live throughout the year which also include six-week long After-School Sessions

The application window for this year's Summer Session is closed. For more information on Summer Session, After-School Sessions, or other opportunities, contact areyounext@grammy.com.

In the Spotlight

Lauren Craig

GRAMMY Camp, GRAMMY in the Schools Media Team

Features

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