The GRAMMY Museum has chosen five current music artists to host one of their latest projects. A campaign for music education in which they have had Dua LipaBruno Mars, Shawn Mendes, Billie Eilish and Rosalia, who have been appointed co-chairs. Together they have promised to be the visible face of this project that has already seen the light, whose objective is to raise between 3 and 5 million dollars for its educational programs during 18 months, the time foreseen for it.
An amount of money that will allow free admission to the GRAMMY Museum, located in downtown Los Angeles, for all those under 18 years of age and all university students with an identity card, as well as a increased access to its music education programs across the United States. Something that translates into doubling the number of students who have access to museum galleries each year, and expanding the educational and community programs that have already served more than 477,000 students since their opening.
Artists join this campaign for music education
Dua Lipa has shared a beautiful text on her social networks announcing that she is part of this project: “I am proud to be part of the GRAMMY Museum Music Education Campaign in its work to democratize and expand its educational and community programs,” she began by saying. “Absolutely delighted and honored to do this work with my co-chairs Billie Eilish, Bruno Mars, Rosalía and Shawn Mendes.. Access to music education has the power to not only shape the next generation of music, but also provides a creative outlet that is crucial to a child’s development,” he added.
“It gives students the opportunity to excel creatively as well as academically beyond music. I am eternally grateful to the music educators who touched my life, they were my foundation in creating this incredible journey that I am on.“, it is finished. A few words to which his project partners have also corresponded.
“I am very excited to preside over this campaign together with Billie, Dua, Bruno and Rosalía. Music education should be available to all, so I am honored to be a part of spreading the reach of the Grammy Museum and cultivating the next generation of music.” Shawn Mendez.
Y billie eilishwho has been able to experience first-hand what it is like to visit the museum, has also been very excited: “We saw so many incredible artists perform that I would never have been able to see otherwise. I love the exhibitions and the whole experience. I am excited to help children who are the same age as me to have free access to this magical place and all that it has to offer in musical education and experiences”. Bruno Marsfor his part, has been brief but very direct, making it clear that “I love children”.
Y Rosalia, has made it clear that “Music is such an important form of art and communication that there is not a single day that I do not feel grateful that I have been able to study music since I was nine years old. I wouldn’t be who I am if I couldn’t grow up being a musician like I did. I feel that music makes the world a warmer place. Everyone deserves the opportunity to have access to music education. Being part of this campaign is important to me because now children from different backgrounds will be able to learn in a supportive environment.”
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Dua Lipa, Bruno Mars and Shawn Mendes, united for the GRAMMYs and a good cause
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