SBO Staff • News • June 12, 2024

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 06: GRAMMY Camp participants perform on stage during GRAMMY Camp final open house at Ronald Tutor Campus Center on August 06, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Timothy Norris/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

The GRAMMY Museum® announced today that 83 talented high school students from 76 U.S. cities across 22 states have been selected as participants in the 20th annual GRAMMY Camp® program. Blu DeTiger, Maren Morris, and Jeremy Zucker will be this year’s guest artists; they will discuss their career paths and help students prepare for the music industry. The signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students will be held from Sun, July 14 to Sat, July 20 at The Village Recording Studios.

“Over the last two decades, GRAMMY Camp has served as the heartbeat of the music world for high school students aspiring towards a career in music, offering an authentic immersion into the music industry and life itself,” said Michael Sticka, President/CEO of the GRAMMY Museum. “We’re thrilled for the continued support from Hot Topic Foundation, enabling us to expand the Camp’s duration from five to seven days once more this year. We look forward to commemorating this milestone at The Village Recording Studios alongside Blu DeTiger, Jeremy Zucker, as well as, Maren Morris, a distinguished alumna from our inaugural GRAMMY Camp.”

Morris added: “GRAMMY Camp will always be one of those formative memories in my career. I was 15 years old when I went back in 2005 and remember it cementing my dreams of being a songwriter. Being involved with the organization still to this day is such a unique pleasure I have.”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 04: atGRAMMY Camp Lunch And Learn With LA Chapter Board at Ronald Tutor Campus Center on August 04, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rebecca Sapp/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

This GRAMMY In The Schools® program is presented by the Hot Topic Foundation with support from the Chuck Lorre Family Foundation. Additional scholarship and program support is provided by the Aufmann Family, BeatHeadz, Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, Natalie Cole Foundation, Pacific Bridge Arts Foundation, and the Recording Academy®.

GRAMMY Camp will focus on all aspects of commercial music and provide instruction by industry professionals in an immersive and creative environment. The program features seven music career tracks: Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Music Business, Music and Media, Songwriting, Vocal Performance, and Instrumental Performance. All tracks culminate in virtual media projects, recordings and/or performances.

Applications for GRAMMY Camp 2025 will be available online in September at

2024 GRAMMY Camp Selectees and Tracks (In Alpha Order by First Name)

Addison Dwelly Prospect, N.Y. Instrument – Guitar
Alexander Kamara Laurel, Md. Music & Media
Alina Khangura Granite Bay, Calif. Vocal Performance
Andrew Tran Round Rock, Texas Music Business
Anjali Agneshwar New York Audio Engineering
Aryana Booker-Gamez Pittsburgh, Pa. Songwriting
BoJameson Ebeling Venice, Calif. Audio Engineering
Brandon Goldman Alhambra, Calif. Instrument – Drums
Brooke Murgitroyd Raleigh, N.C. Vocal Performance
Buchanan Beauboeuf Las Vegas, Nev. Music Business
Camden Creel Phoenix, Ariz. Electronic Music Production
Cassandra Menacker Bristow, Va. Instrument – Bass
Charlotte Milstein La Jolla, Calif. Instrument – Guitar
Chase Swain Houston, Texas Instrument – Keys
Coco Benedetti Westminster, Calif. Instrument – Keys
Cooper Holloman Pearland, Texas Instrument – Bass
Cora Reardon Chatham, N.J. Music Business
Daniel Nientimp Nashville, Tenn. Electronic Music Production
Denver Humphrey Oviedo, Fla. Music & Media
Elle Reisman Lafayette, Calif. Songwriting
Emilio Abdelsayed Middletown, N.Y. Audio Engineering
Emily Roth Los Angeles Music Business
Esther Cho Fullerton, Calif. Music & Medi
Evan Hummel Bethesda, Md. Electronic Music Production
Francesca Casagrande Alpine, N.J. Music Business
Gael Chica Elizabeth, N.J Instrument – Guitar
Gavriel Shohet Zabin Evanston, Ill. Music Business
Grace Percival Southington, Conn. Vocal Performance
Grant Harriman Marina Del Rey, Calif. Electronic Music Production
Isabella Worden Omaha, Neb. Vocal Performance
Jacob Egan San Rafael, Calif. Music Business
Jaiden Meltzer Northampton, Mass. Songwriting
Jillian Ritter Swansea, Ill. Vocal Performance
Jordan Hall Grand Prairie, Texas Vocal Performance
Joshua Jongejan Sugar Land, Texas Songwriting
Julian Chua Short Hills, N.J. Music & Media
Justice Crittendon New Orleans, La. Audio Engineering
Kaleo Abadam San Ramon, Calif. Electronic Music Production
Kalyssa Ro Simi Valley, Calif. Music & Media
Katalina Kaminsky Miami, Fla. Music Business
Krista Warner Santa Ana, Calif. Music Business
Lauren Hunter Hinsdale, Ill. Instrument – Guitar
Leo Cheng Claremont, Calif. Songwriting
Maddox Balloon Alpharetta, Ga. Electronic Music Production
Mady Lubavin Newport Coast, Calif. Songwriting
Magnolia Collins Pacific Palisades, Calif. Music Business
Manasvini Kasagani Frisco, Texas Audio Engineering
Maryn Randall Plainwell, Mich. Songwriting
Matheson Hall Princeton, N.J. Electronic Music Production
Maya Ixta Delgado Encino, Calif. Music Business
Maya Ray Los Angeles Music Business
Mayah Board Santa Clarita, Calif. Music & Media
Mia Sophia Perdomo Chattanooga, Tenn. Music Business
Miranda Aquino Los Angeles Music & Media
Mitchell Haugsness Aurora, Colo. Audio Engineering
Nathaniel Arnold Encino, Calif. Audio Engineering
Nicholas Yiakoumatos San Gabriel, Calif. Electronic Music Production
Noah Schlondorff Bexley, Ohio Songwriting
Odelia Elliott Baltimore, Md. Songwriting
Olivia Wang La Canada Flintridge, Calif. Electronic Music Production
Paul “Gus” Dent Santa Cruz, Calif. Audio Engineering
Puru Dogra Westford, Mass. Songwriting
Rohan Agneshwar New York Audio Engineering
Rose Morris Los Angeles Songwriting
Ryan Witt Horseheads, N.Y. Electronic Music Production
Samantha Murano Levittown, N.Y. Vocal Performance
Sarah Al Mazrouei San Diego, Calif. Audio Engineering
Sarah Mullen Whitesboro, N.Y. Electronic Music Production
Sarah Parkinson Oak Park, Ill. Songwriting
Sarah Parmet Sherman Oaks, Calif. Electronic Music Production
Sawyer Mitchell San Marcos, Calif. Instrument – Keys
Seble Lopez Brooklyn, N.Y. Music Business
Sofia Cianciolo Pacific Palisades, Calif. Music Business
Sofia Erskine Upland, Calif. Vocal Performance
Solea Novelo Castaic, Calif. Instrument – Drums
Summer Brennan Newport Beach, Calif. Electronic Music Production
Sydney Kassekert Incline Village, Nev. Songwriting
Talia Silver La Jolla, Calif. Music Business
Toby Whitley Dallas, Texas Songwriting
Tyler Awosika Maricopa, Ariz. Music & Media
Walker Lewis Berkeley, Calif. Electronic Music Production
William Barsam Belmont, Mass. Instrument – Drums
Zia Brooks Rockledge, Fla. Instrument – Bass
The GRAMMY Museum, currently celebrating its 15th anniversary, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating and exploring music from yesterday and today to inspire the music of tomorrow through exhibits, education, grants, preservation initiatives, and public programming. Paying tribute to our collective musical heritage, the Museum values and celebrates the dynamic connection in people’s diverse backgrounds and music’s many genres, telling stories that inspire us, and creative expression that leads change in our industry.

For more information, visit, “like” the GRAMMY Museum on Facebook, and follow @GRAMMYMuseum on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.

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