GRAMMY Museum Announces 2020 Career Day With Madison Beer, Manny Marroquin, Rickey Minor & More

The career mentorship education program series will be hosted virtually via digital conferencing for the first timeGRAMMYS SEP 23, 2020 – 10:16 AM

Attention middle and high school students in music programs! Today the GRAMMY Museum announced eight GRAMMY Career Day events featuring a wide variety of members of the Recording Academy and other music industry professionals who will mentor aspiring musicians and music industry students.

The nationwide education program will be hosted virtually via digital conferencing for the first time and will take place Thursdays at 3 p.m. PT from Sept. 24 to Nov. 19. Check out the Full Schedule:

  • Sept. 24: GRAMMY Award-winning mixing engineer Manny Marroquin and GRAMMY Award-winning producer, songwriter and musician Mike Elizondo
  • Oct 1: Founder and CEO of the management firm Culture Collective Jonathan Azu and GRAMMY Award-winning music supervisor Julia Michels
  • Oct. 8: Owner and CEO of The Village Studios Jeff Greenberg and Chief Creative Officer at Adarga Entertainment Group Henry Alonzo
  • Oct. 15: Songwriter, producer and video director Madison Beer and CEO/artist/bassist Sekou Bunch
  • Oct. 22: Assistant Vice President, Membership Group at ASCAP Loretta Muñoz and entrepreneur and music manager Orly Marley
  • Oct. 29: Singer/songwriter and CEO of Hits For Life Kiara Lanier
  • Nov. 12: Composer for film and television Amanda Jones
  • Nov 19: Bass player, composer, producer, and Emmy-winning music director Rickey Minor and musician, educator, and GRAMMY Award-nominated recording artist Paul Jackson Jr.

Middle school and high school students and teachers across the United States are invited to join these GRAMMY Career Day event dates. Schools can participate by registering here

GRAMMY Career Day, which is supported by the Ford Motor Company Fund, will also continue with another series of virtual Career Day events in spring 2021.

GRAMMY Career Day is supported by the Ford Motor Company Fund.

The GRAMMY Museum is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating a greater understanding of the history and significance of music through exhibits, education, grants, preservation initiatives, and public programming. Paying tribute to our collective musical heritage, the Museum explores and celebrates all aspects of the art form — from the technology of the recording process to the legends who’ve made lasting marks on our cultural identity.

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