Grammy Museum Music Revolution: The New Program For Young Adults


The Grammy Museum Music Revolution is a new program that specifically focuses on young adults and their love for music. The project is held in Kansas City, Missouri and will feature a variety of musical talent from the most talented, young musicians in the city. The music ranges from folk, jazz, rock and roll to hip-hop and more. High school students are encouraged to apply, as this academy is to “broaden their musical and creative skill while helping them establish relationships, increase self-esteem, develop entrepreneurial skills and grow their passion for music.” It is a four-week summer academy which begins on June 17th, 2013 and ends on July 12th, 2013.

The program concludes with a formal concert program for friends and family, as well as the community. Program classes include music history and composition, and mentoring sessions with GRAMMY Award nominees and winners, along with collaborations with fellow classmates. The ages to participate are between 14 and 21. The project will be held at at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO during the project’s tenure.

Our very own gifted musician and lead singer, Jillian Roscoe, had the time of her life participating in the event last year. Read about her experiences with the project HERE.

For more information and how to apply, click HERE.

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