Inaugural Spring & Sing! Virtual Event Announced: Celebrating Children’s Music Artists Of Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage
The GRAMMY Museum Experience Prudential Center has teamed up with the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles and the Recording Academy’s New York Chapter to launch the first-ever Spring & Sing! Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month Celebration. This hour-long virtual event will feature popular children's music artists of AAPI heritage and will celebrate the importance of diversity within music.
Featured on the lineup will be GRAMMY-nominated artist Tina Guo, GRAMMY-nominated producer Kimié Miner, family music artist Little Miss Ann, folk rock band Elena Moon Park, Hapa Samoan artist Taimane, children's band Mista Cookie Jar & the Chocolate Chips, and others.
Spring & Sing! will air Saturday, May 22, at www.grammymuseumexp.org/spring-and-sing. This event is open to the public; no RSVP, registration or payment is required.
- 11 a.m. ET: Opening Statement from Tina Guo, GRAMMY Award-nominated and BRIT Female Artist of the Year-nominated musician
- 11:05 a.m. ET: Performances by Little Miss Ann, Elena Moon Park and Friends, Taimane, Mista Cookie Jar & the Chocolate Chips, Yoon Sun Choi, Falu, and Kimié Miner