June 29, 2010 > Fremont student selected for Grammy Camp
Fremont student selected for Grammy Camp
Submitted By Laura Johnson
A student at Fremont Christian School, David Delaney, has been selected to participate in the 6th Annual Grammy Camp on the audio engineering track. The Grammy Foundation announced that 82 high school students from 73 cities and 20 states have been selected as participants.
From July 10-19, these students will work with GRAMMY winning and nominated professionals and industry specialists affiliated with The Recording Academy to experience an immersive residential summer music camp that provides hands-on instruction about careers in the music industry. GRAMMY Camp is supported in part by Avid, Center Staging, Coca-Cola, Converse, Epiphone, Guitar Center Hollywood, Mackie, M-Audio, Shure, and others.
GRAMMY Camp will be held at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music and other professional venues throughout Los Angeles. The curriculum engages students in the technical aspects of creating, performing and recording, emphasizing new and emerging music technologies. The program offers 10 music career tracks: Audio Engineering; Concert Promotion/Production; Electronic Music Production; Music Journalism; and performance tracks in Bass; Drums; Guitar; Keyboards; Singer/Songwriter; and Winds & Strings. All tracks culminate in media projects, CD recordings and/or showcase performances. The showcase concert will be held this year on July 18 at the GRAMMY Museum Sound Stage.