Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Grammy Museum's educational program gets a pilot launch in KC

Posted By on Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 10:23 AM

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Kansas City is the location for the pilot edition of a new program from the Grammy Museum. The program, set to go nationwide next year, is called the Grammy Museum’s Music Revolution Project and means to connect young musical artists from all disciplines and genres — jazz, hip-hop, rock, folk, roots, et al. — with Grammy-level talent.

From the various press releases out, it seems that the pilot program will select 25 students for a four-week course starting June 18. It's open to students entering high school or college. Past that, details are sparse, with nothing yet revealed as to how participants will be selected for what are sure to be much-desired spots.

There's an informational meeting at the Kauffman Center Saturday, February 18, wherein more will be revealed. To RSVP, fill out the online entry form.

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