Music has probably been keeping you company through the lockdown but now you can even learn it! The Grammy Museum, which had first opened its doors in 2008 on the 50th anniversary of the iconic Grammy Awards, has now opened its virtual doors. By Manya Saini

The internet has always been a repository of experiences but over the last few weeks, as the worldwide coronavirus lockdown has taken hold, it has become the primary means to cope. One of the many new virtual resources released to the public is the Grammy Museum’s new section called, ‘Museum at Home‘, which forms a part of its #DoorsClosedMissionOpen initiative.

 

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People can now access an extensive collection of virtual exhibits, interviews with music sensations, and lessons to beat the lockdown blues. An immersive experience in the world of music, the content is updated regularly and is both entertaining and educational.

The section is updated daily and never-before-seen content from the extensive archives of the museum is uploaded on the website for free. These include exclusive interviews with Billie Eilish, Brandi Carlile, and Andrea Boccelli among others. The programmes delve deep into the creative process of writing and composing music.

 

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Leaving no stoned unturned, the museum staff is curating new Spotify playlists every day for you to groove through this quarantine. Just because the music is temporarily closed doesn’t mean the fun needs to stop. This is your chance to discover the favourite music of the world’s most rhythm-friendly office. The playlists feature a wide range of genres to suit almost all personal tastes from classic rock to Latin tap.

If you are an aspiring musician or just a fan looking to learn more about producing music, then you are in luck! Head over the official website of the museum and start exploring.

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