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GRAMMY Museum announces the next phase of free digital content

GRAMMY Museum® announces the next round of never-before-released free digital content from their archive, and GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles Angeles closed until further detection in the light of the virus. The Museum's digital series of public programs features intimate interviews with artists and musicians in its 200-seat Clive Davis Theater. Since its opening 12 years ago, the museum has offered more than 900 public programs. The museum also exhibits slides from past exhibitions. Museum continues to release digital educational content and lesson plans entitled "GRAMMY In" Schools: Mini Lessons Continuing its mission of honoring its musical heritage and uniting our community through music. The museum also shares daily playlists and ideas developed by its staff, including guest services and security team members, to keep all staff on staff during this closing.

The museum releases new content every day of the week.
Sunday and Tuesday. GRAMMY In: Schools: Mini lessons
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Series of digital public programs
Thursday. * Member Invitation Nights
Friday. The series of digital exhibitions

* Member Invitation Night is exclusive to museum members and includes an Album Club, which is an interactive experience like a book club, except that members listen to music instead of reading books.

The full schedule for April is shown below, including previously announced Billy Eilish: and FINNEAS, Greta van Fleet and Kool And The Gang digital programs.

4/1 – Billy Eilish: and FINNEAS:
4/4 – Greta van Fleet
4/6 – Kool And The Band:
4/8 – Andrea Bocelli with Matteo Bocelli and Bob Ezrin
4/11 – Tanya Tucker: with Brandy Carlyle & Shooter Jennings:
4/13 – Overall:
4/15 – Alice Merton
4/18 – Los Tigres del Norte:
4/20 – Richard Mark
4/22 – Courtney Barnett
4/25 – Ben Platt:
4/27 – Sabrina Carpenter
4/29 – Brett Young

Series of digital exhibitions
4/3 – Jenni Rivera, La Gran Señora:
4/10 – Whitney.
4/17 – Sinatra: American icon
4/24 – At Ella 100. Celebrating Ella Fitzgerald's art

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