GRAMMY In the Schools Fest 2022

GRAMMY In the Schools Fest 2022

GRAMMY In The Schools® Fest (GITS Fest) presented by the GRAMMY Museum, is a four-day festival celebrating music and music education.

GRAMMY In the Schools Fest 2022
  • GRAMMY Museum’s Music Educator Award Winner Panel

    2022 Music Educator Award Winner Stephen Cox and 2021 Music Educator Award Winner Jeffrey Murdock share techniques they use in high school and college vocal and instrumental ensemble rehearsals.

  • Preparing for Performance with Minimal Rehearsal Time

    Young professionals of the GRAMMY In The Schools Alumni Band discuss and answer questions about performance preparation.

  • Jazz Clinic and Performance, Featuring Katie Thiroux

    Concert by GRAMMY In The Schools alum and professional singer/bassist Katie Thiroux along with a clinic on vocal and instrumental performance at Niles North High School in Skokie, IL.

  • Gateways Brass Collective Clinic and Performance

    A premier quintet Gateways Brass Collective provides valuable tips on individual and ensemble performance preparation, featuring Stivers School for the Arts Band Director, Ryan Griffin. Includes excerpts from Gateways Brass Collective's concert.

  • Choral Clinic at Alexandria City High School

    University of Central Florida professor and 2019 Music Educator Award Winner Jeffery Redding clinics a choral ensemble rehearsal and individual vocal techniques, featuring Alexandria Choir Director, Theodore Thorpe III.

  • Artistry and Musicianship in Audio Engineering with Manny Marroquin

    Multi-GRAMMY Winner Manny Marroquin discusses how musicianship helped him to become one of music's top mix engineers.

  • Ensemble Rehearsal Techniques

    Chip Staley and David Leach discuss & demonstrate ensemble rehearsal techniques. Aimed at younger more inexperienced teachers and/or those who don’t have many resources. Includes local advocacy strategies for building support for the music program.

  • An Afternoon with Jeff Pilson from Foreigner

    Insights on being a music professional with Jeff Pilson from Foreigner.

  • Conversations With GRAMMY Camp Faculty

    Conversations With GRAMMY Camp Faculty featuring Nathan Adam (Educator, Audio and Video Producer, Editor and Content Creator), Laura Donohue (Educator, Vocal Coach, Songwriter, and Vocalist), and Leslie Drayton (Educator and Musician).

  • An Afternoon with KID SISTR

    Insights on being a music professional in a band that is emerging on the music scene, KID SISTR.

  • An Afternoon with SWITCHFOOT

    GRAMMY-winning band Switchfoot plays for students and discusses musicianship and the many facets of maintaining a successful career in music. They also discuss disciplines learned in music that are transferable to any career.

  • An Afternoon with CIMAFUNK

    Insights on being a music professional with musician CIMAFUNK.

  • An Afternoon with MUNA

    Insights on being a music professional on the road with major pop stars from the band MUNA.