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THE AUCTION TO Make Music Matter

100+ amazing items & experiences

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Music Education Boosts Success

Studies show that music education improves a student’s chances for academic success and strongly supports their social and emotional development.

Music Education Boosts Success

Studies show that music education improves a student’s chances for academic success and strongly supports their social and emotional development.

But Millions of Young People Are Shut Out

3.5 million public school students in the U.S. don’t have access to high-quality music education.

2.8 million of those same students attend majority low-income schools.

But Millions of Young People Are Shut Out

3.5 million public school students in the U.S. don’t have access to high-quality music education.

2.8 million of those same students attend majority low-income schools.

That’s Where the GRAMMY Music Education Coalition Comes In

We envision all young people actively making music in school, every day. And we are working diligently with underserved school districts, arts and community leaders and our affiliates to create the framework for impactful change.

That’s Where the GRAMMY Music Education Coalition Comes In

We envision all young people actively making music in school, every day. And we are working diligently with underserved school districts, arts and community leaders and our affiliates to create the framework for impactful change.

Join the Auction: One-of-a-kind Items and Experiences

We are creating an exciting two weeks that will raise awareness and raise funds for this critical effort. You can take part by helping us find experiences to add to our auction, such as:

VIP tour of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium with Brandi Carlile

Signed instruments from A-list artists

Lunch on the yacht of a top music artist

Private concert with Lang Lang’s Young Scholars

Coffee dates and get-togethers with major music industry leaders

Be Part of this Movement

Bidding is open until December 3, 2019

For more information contact Emma Stapleton