Join the GRAMMY Museum and GRAMMY in the Schools for a FREE series of 20 45-minute informative, entertaining and educational streaming events for students and music fans. Participants include top artists, educators and other music professionals many, who are GRAMMY winners. Panels, performances, Q&A Sessions, study materials and more. Additional programming details TBA.
Please note that there will be five daily broadcasts of aforementioned programming over the course of four days, March 9th-12th. Each program will air on the hour from 2 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. PST.
Keep an eye on GRAMMYintheSchools.com and GRAMMYMuseum.org for programming announcements. Pease fill out this INFO REQUEST FORM to receive the most up to date information on registering to attend GITS Fest.
Join us for the Black Music Collective Inaugural GRAMMY® Week Celebration featuring musical performances and more. Stay tuned for programming announcements and details on how to watch.
The Recording Academy®, in concert with some of the nation’s most prominent entertainment attorneys, established the Entertainment Law Initiative® to promote discussion and debate about the most compelling legal issues facing the music industry today.
The initiative also endeavors to support future careers in entertainment law by seeking out the nation’s top law students and giving them invaluable networking and educational opportunities. For more information visit GRAMMY.com/ELI
The safety of our members and community remains our top priority, and so this year’s presentation will be broadcast online.
PROGRAM TO FEATURE
2021 Service Award Recipient: Black Entertainment & Sports Lawyers Association
BESLA advances the excellence of Black professionals and is a nationally recognized leader in legal education, professional development, and promotes diversity, equity and inclusion in the entertainment, sports and media industries.
2021 Writing Competition Scholarship Presentations
One Winner Will Receive: $10,000 scholarship paid on behalf of the student toward their law school tuition
Two Runners-Up Will Receive: $2,500 scholarship paid on behalf of the student toward their law school tuition
Harvey Mason jr.| Recording Academy Chair and interim President/CEO
Laurie Soriano | Entertainment Law Initiative Executive Committee Chair
Ken Abdo | Entertainment Law Initiative Program Chair
Valeisha Butterfield Jones | Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, Recording Academy
Participating panelists TBA.
Please note that this event is invite only.
Please join us for a virtual broadcast and fundraising event featuring some of the biggest moments in MusiCares history, including performances by past honorees, new music from today’s biggest stars and impassioned testimonials from members of the music community who MusiCares has helped. Stay tuned for programming announcements. Ticket information coming soon.