Grammy Camp comes to FIU BBC for High School Students

Grammy Camp is coming to Miami in 2020 at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus at the Royal Caribbean Entertainment Studios (pictured). The camp will be five-days long for high school students to learn about the music industry.

Katherine Wong/Staff Writer

The Grammy Museum has announced that Grammy Camp is coming to Miami in 2020 at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus at the Royal Caribbean Entertainment Studios.

Grammy Camp is a five day camp for high school students around the country to experience the ins and outs of the music industry.

Students will have the opportunity to engage in music activities with industry professionals on a wide range of specialty areas, including audio engineering, songwriting, vocal performance, instrumental performance and electronic music production.

The introduction of the Grammy Camp to Miami is an extension of its preexisting counterpart, held in Los Angeles at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music.

Campers in LA have had the opportunity to work with prominent individuals in the industry, like Maroon 5 and Tori Kelly. Graduates have gone on to produce records with Drake and Kehlani, according to the original article posted on the Grammy’s website.

The Grammy Museum has stated that they prioritize expanding its music education programs. By partnering with the Royal Caribbean, students on the East Coast now have the chance to experience this first hand.

Royal Caribbean will cover $1,400 of the $1,500 tuition fee for accepted students who live within 100 miles of the Miami area.

The non-residential camp will take place July 28–Aug. 1, 2020 at the BBC campus in the Royal Caribbean Entertainment Studios. Prospective students can apply to either the Miami or Los Angeles camps through the Grammy’s website until March 31, 2020.

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