GRAMMY Museum Mississippi offers interactive education programs led by Museum staff and professional music instructors that evoke further exploration and extend learning outcomes for students. These interactive programs include:
Backstage Pass (BP) programs feature guest artists from all aspects of the music and entertainment industry.
In The Booth (ITB) are hands-on programs that delve into the technical side of music.
Behind The Scenes (BTS) are programs that explore the history and creative aspect of the music world.
Space is limited for education programs and must be booked in advance. All programs must be booked no less than two weeks in advance and require at least 20 students.
CLICK HERE To view our current scheduled education programs including Backstage Pass programs. If the scheduled dates do not suit your needs, please choose from the menu of classes below. This menu of classes are only available Monday-Friday at 10:00am and 11:00am when there are no other scheduled programs. Please note when booking from the menu of classes below, that these programs are currently offered by request only. Once you complete your reservation, our team will contact you to verify your request.
Why is there a GRAMMY Museum® in Cleveland, MS? Discover this answer and more as we discuss our musical heritage. Learn about the influence Mississippi artists have had on genres and other artists across the spectrum as we celebrate Mississippi. Recommended for grades 3+.
Music's Biggest Night® Behind the Scenes of the GRAMMY Awards
Learn more about the GRAMMY Awards, music's highest honor, as we give students the history of the Recording Academy and explain the voting process. Plus, watch an exclusive film that gives a behind the scenes look at how the iconic performances of Music's Biggest Night® are put together each year. Recommended for grades 3+.
Music Production 101
Want a behind the scenes look at what makes your favorite music great? Join us as we explore the history behind music production and learn the basic definitions and techniques of what it takes to become successful. Watch an exclusive video of a producer at work and try your hand at producing your own work! Recommended for grades 4+.