GRAMMY Camp-Weekend in Detroit, Mich.

May 20, 2017

GRAMMY Camp — Weekend is a non-residential music industry experience where a small group (20-30) of high school students can gain an introduction to the business of music. Each weekend session concentrates on one to three career tracks (Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Songwriting, Video Production, Vocal Performance). Participants leave with a better understanding of how the music business works and how they can begin to plan to a successful career path. The GRAMMY Museum partners with local teen centers, schools and community organizations who help identify and select students to attend.

If you would like to attend, please reach out to Julie Mutnansky at julie.mutnansky@grammy.com.

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