GRAMMY Camp LA 2015
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The third annual GRAMMY In The Schools Live! concert will take place on Feb. 8 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. The concert will feature special guest performances by current 54th GRAMMY nominee Terri Lyne Carrington, GRAMMY-winning artist Anthony Hamilton, and members of GRAMMY Camp — Jazz Session along with student alumni from GRAMMY Camp and GRAMMY Signature Schools. KTWV-FM radio personality Pat Prescott will serve as the evening's host.
GRAMMY In The Schools Live! is sponsored by Ford Motor Company Fund and the Starkey Hearing Foundation, with support from Best Buy, Converse and KTWV-FM (94.7 the Wave).
GRAMMY Camp, GRAMMY Camp — Jazz Session, GRAMMY Signature Schools are programs designed for U.S. high school students and high school music programs, and are part of the GRAMMY Foundation's GRAMMY in the Schools offerings.
GRAMMY Camp is a signature music industry camp that will be held in Nashville (June 17–24), Los Angeles (July 9–18) and New York (Aug. 2–8) in summer 2012, offering an interactive residential summer music experience focusing on all aspects of commercial music, with instruction by artists and industry professionals.
High school singers and instrumentalists are eligible to audition for GRAMMY Camp — Jazz Session. Selectees receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the annual GRAMMY Awards, participate in high-profile GRAMMY Week performances and recording sessions, and attend the GRAMMY telecast.
The GRAMMY Signature Schools program recognizes top public high schools across the country for outstanding commitment to their music education programs.
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