WITH MUSIC SUPERSTARS INCLUDING BTS, NOAH CYRUS AND ELLIE GOULDING
MUSEUM REVEALS NOTABLE TALENT FOR DECEMBER MINI-MASTERCLASS, MUSICALLY SPEAKING AND BEHIND THE SONGS SERIES
ONLINE CONTENT HUB HOUSED ON GRAMMYMUSEUMEXP.ORG HOMEPAGE
NEWARK, NJ – NOV. 27, 2020 – GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center continues its dynamic online programming with the announcement of numerous, notable end-of-year programming guests including, BTS, Noah Cyrus, Ellie Goulding, and others. The museum will continue its twice-weekly video series, Mini-Masterclass, weekly video series, Behind the Songs, and weekly podcast, Musically Speaking through the end of the year into 2021. Notable end-of-year guests below.
December 2020 Schedule
Tuesday, Dec. 1: Mini-Masterclass with BTS
Friday, Dec. 4: Mini-Masterclass with AJR
Monday, Dec. 7: Musically Speaking Podcast with BTS
Tuesday, Dec. 8: Mini-Masterclass with G Herbo
Thursday, Dec. 10: Behind the Songs Patterson Hood (Drive-by Truckers)
Monday, Dec. 14: Musically Speaking Podcast with Luke Combs
Thursday, Dec. 17: Behind the Songs with Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon (Phish)
Monday, Dec. 21: Musically Speaking Podcast with Ellie Goulding
Monday, Dec. 28: Musically Speaking Podcast with Noah Cyrus
Tuesday, Dec. 29: Mini-Masterclass with Dove Cameron
The twice-weekly video series, Mini-Masterclass includes a 10-minute interview with an esteemed roster of guests. The interviews cover an array of topics including musical process and inspiration, tips for young musicians, and more.
The weekly video series, Behind the Songs, features conversations between host, Mark Conklin, Director, Artist Relations and Programming at the GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center and notable recording artists, songwriters, and producers discussing the stories behind some of their most popular songs. Most conversations are followed by an intimate and exclusive musical performance.
The weekly podcast, Musically Speaking features audio from various public programs previously held in the museum as well as the museum’s online Behind the Songs and Mini-Masterclass programs.
All content can be accessed on the homepage of the museum’s website at GRAMMYMuseumEXP.org.
Media may CLICK HERE to access the b-roll of GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center online programs.
The museum recently concluded its first-ever Fall Session music industry program, which ran from Sat, Oct. 10 - Sat, Nov. 21. The Fall Session featured four new virtual courses: Contemporary Songwriting 101; Contemporary Songwriting 201; Audio Mixing 101 and Intro to Careers in Music Businesses for New Jersey-area students ages 13-18.
About the GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center
Built and operated by Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, the 8,000-square-foot GRAMMY Museum ExperienceTM is housed within Prudential Center. The Experience marks the first GRAMMY Museum outpost to be built on the East Coast and, similar to the original GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, the Experience is dedicated to exploring the past, present and future of music, and the cultural context from which it emerges while casting a focused spotlight on the deep musical roots of New Jersey. The Experience features a dynamic combination of educational programming including Summer Session, “Spotlight Series” and “An Evening With Series” and interactive permanent and traveling exhibits, including a spotlight on legendary GRAMMY winners from New Jersey. For more information about GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center, visit GRAMMYMuseumExp.org.