GRAMMY Career Day: Justin Klunk and Moore Kismet
Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month • 56m
This GRAMMY Career Day features Justin Klunk (Saxophone Recording Artist) and Moore Kismet (Electronic Music Artist).
GRAMMY Career Day ONLINE presented by the GRAMMY Museum provides students with a behind-the-scenes look into the many careers available in music. It also provides insight into how a K-12 music education teaches skills that are beneficial in any career and, contributes to making students college and career ready. Members of the Recording Academy, other music industry professionals and GRAMMY In The Schools staff will
speak with students in an interactive Question & Answer format via Zoom.
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