Presented by the Recording Academy since 1958, the GRAMMYs are a celebration of excellence, the music community's highest honor, and its only peer-based award.
The Latin GRAMMYs are the preeminent peer-based award for excellence in Latin music, honoring winners in 48 categories.
The GRAMMY Museum is a philanthropic arts institution dedicated to cultivating a greater understanding of the history and significance of music through education, exhibits, and public programming.
MusiCares is a four-star charity that provides health, financial, and rehabilitation resources to music people in critical times of need.
From meeting with congressional leaders to organizing grassroots movements across the country, the Recording Academy fights tirelessly on behalf of professional music creators.