The GRAMMY Foundation will present the sixth annual GRAMMY Camp on July 10–19 at the University of Southern California.
The program will offer selected high school students a 10-day, interactive residential summer music experience focusing on all aspects of commercial music. This unique opportunity provides instruction by industry professionals in an immersive creative environment with cutting-edge technology in professional facilities, and the curriculum engages students in the technical aspects of creating, performing, and recording, and emphasizes new and emerging music technologies.
Participants will include Colbie Caillat, GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter; Jesse Carmichael and Adam Levine, GRAMMY-winning artists, Maroon 5; Ed Cherney, GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer; Lamont Dozier, GRAMMY-winning songwriter/producer/recording artist; Neil Portnow, GRAMMY Foundation, MusiCares and Recording Academy President/CEO; and Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, producer. GRAMMY-winning artist Keith Urban will serve as GRAMMY Camp honorary dean.
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