On the 23rd of July, 2020, The Grammy Museum announced a senior staff redesign, which includes the creation of three key senior initiative positions: Vice President of Finance and Administration; Vice President of Education for GRAMMY In The Schools; and Vice President of Artist Relations, Programs, and Content.
This rebuild additionally incorporates growing the education division’s national music education programs, also called GRAMMY In The Schools programs, for example, GRAMMY Camp, which will be driven by David R. Burns, the Museum’s new Vice President of Education for GRAMMY In The Schools.
Moreover, Hilary Fahlsing now drives the Finance and Administration group as Vice President and Lynne Sheridan has been elevated to Vice President of Artist Relations, Programs, and Content.
The GRAMMY Museum’s, primary duty is to celebrate the melodic legacy and expanding access to music education, which is the reason the outfit thinks that its vital to extend education and digital activities.
That said, this positional changes will help extend the administration’s team to keep enhancing the impact of the Museum and projects in Los Angeles, nationally and digitally. The changes took effect on the 1st of August, 2020.
As of August 7, 2020, the GRAMMY Museum also delivered a new digital display, “Rhymes and Reasons: The Music Of John Denver,” with excellent photograph slideshows.
Notwithstanding the new content released in early August, GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lessons was posted.
Since the GRAMMY Museum opened in 2008, it has offered in excess of 900 Public Programs. The Museum keeps on delivering digital educational content and lesson plans as a feature of the GRAMMY In The Schools Knowledge Bank, proceeding with its crucial paying accolade for melodic legacy and uniting communities through music.