Meet the Trailblazers Building a Brighter Industry for Women of Color
The open discussion on music advocacy with Dina LaPolt, Shay M. Lawson and Susan Genco, in partnership with the Entertainment Law Initiative, featured helpful tips for both students and music artists.
The event, moderated by Carmel Holt, delved into the panelists’ experiences on the road and offered advice to students who also want to be on the frontlines of live music.
Join the Chicago Chapter P&E Wing for CHI Beat Session with Renzell and Shake & Bake on Wednesday, 4/7 at 6 pm CT for live beat collaborations, studio tours and software navigation. All happening at twitchtv.com/grammys.
This two-part event will highlight female audio professionals in Atlanta. Topics include different perspectives on flow of recording a single, prepping your artist, gear talk, pressing on during COVID-19, and bursting through a male dominated career track.
Recording Academy Chicago Chapter President J. Ivy explains how the encouragement and support from his high school English teacher led him to a life of art and inspiring performance.
Featuring stars from Patti LaBelle to Andra Day to Gladys Knight, "A GRAMMY Salute To The Sounds Of Change" was a decades-spanning celebration of the songs that both reflect and alter the course of social justice history.
The 2021 GRAMMY Week event provided a platform for current leading practitioners and the next generation of entertainment attorneys to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing the music industry today.
Leading up to the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, Tayla Parx shared tips and advice for GRAMMY U's GRAMMY Week event.