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GRAMMY Museum In-Person Programs Return September 2021 With Ava Max, The Marías, Danny Elfman, Ryan Tedder & More
Today the GRAMMY Museum, which reopened its doors in May, announced the return of its star-studded in-person programming in its intimate Clive Davis Theater. The IRL events will be kicked off by Carly Pearce on Sept. 13 and feature interviews and/or performances from Ava Max, The Marías, Danny Elfman, Ryan Tedder and more.
The Museum's COLLECTION:Live virtual programming will also continue, with Nashville's Big Machine Label Group taking over the Spotlight Saturdays concert series. Events in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month include an archival show from Jesse y Joy and a conversation with Betto Arcos and Gaby Moreno.
Find the full in-person and virtual September schedule below:
CLIVE DAVIS THEATER IN-PERSON PUBLIC PROGRAMS
- 9/13 – Spotlight: Carly Pearce
- 9/14 – The Drop: Daughtry
- 9/17 – The Drop: Ryan Tedder/OneRepublic
- 9/21 – The Music Videos of Fleet Foxes – Director Sean Pecknold in conversation with Robin Pecknold and Jeremiah Chiu
- 9/23 – Spotlight: Ava Max
- 9/28 – A Conversation With Danny Elfman
- 9/29 – The Drop: The Marías
- 9/30 – The Drop: Shannon McNally
COLLECTION:LIVE DIGITAL PROGRAMS
Thurs., Sept. 9
- "The Song of the Earth" — A Panel Discussion about the Shanghai Symphony’s Recording of Mahler’s Symphonic Song Cycle
- Switchfoot: interview and performance live from the Clive Davis Theater
Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover By Big Machine
- 9/4 – Danielle Bradbery
- 9/11 – Jackson Dean
- 9/18 – Carly Pearce
- 9/25 – Riley Green
Programs to be released this month celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
- Music from the Cosmic Barrio with Betto Arcos and Gaby Moreno
- Live from the Vault presented by Iron Mountain: Jesse y Joy (from 2015)
The GRAMMY Museum will also be continuing its expansive offering of virtual educational programming. The Fall Virtual Workshop schedule includes free classes for students like Music Production 101, Songwriting 101, Music of the Civil Rights Movement, and Celebration of Latin Music.
Additionally, GRAMMY Museum SESH will offer sessions designed to educate, expose and equip students, families and adults with skills, knowledge, and resources used throughout the music industry.
Please visit grammymuseum.org to purchase tickets for GRAMMY Museum events and to learn more about current exhibits and upcoming programming, both IRL and virtual.