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Music In Our Schools Month: How 10 Museums And Cultural Institutions Are Operating In The Pandemic

Music In Our Schools Month: How 10 Museums And Cultural Institutions Are Operating In The Pandemic
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By TAMARA PALMER

Museums and cultural institutions offer some of the best music education programs for students in the country, and the pandemic has prompted many of them to upgrade their online learning resources and add virtual experiences that people anywhere can access.

Below, discover how 10 institutions have risen to the occasion to make music education more inclusive during COVID-19. GRAMMY Museum — Los Angeles Though the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles is currently physically closed, more than 25,000 students in the Los Angeles area have taken an in-person tour.

Plus, more than 10,000 students have participated in a workshop since it opened in 2008. GRAMMY Museum’s many local, regional and national music education initiatives continue, and there’s a significant way to support them from home online. Proceeds from subscription and video purchase fees for COLLECTION:live —GRAMMY Museum’s streaming channel featuring artist interviews, livestreams and performances—go straight to those programs. These include career-focused camps […]

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