GRAMMY Museum® and Pepperdine University Enter Affiliate Partnership

Pepperdine looks brazen to fasten other prestigious educational institutions dependent with a GRAMMY Museum in exploring new ways to keep song and a behaving humanities alive both inside and outward of a classroom,” pronounced Andrew K. Benton, Pepperdine University president. “This new partnership adds poignant value to a tyro knowledge during Pepperdine.”

The associate attribute builds on a tradition of artistic value during Pepperdine, that is home to eminent expertise and alumni mentors, including eminent exemplary guitarist and GRAMMY® hopeful Christopher Parkening, who leads Pepperdine’s exemplary guitar program, and soprano Jessica Rivera, Pepperdine alumna and 2007 GRAMMY® Award winner.

“Our University Affiliates Program is a good source of honour for a Museum as it allows like-minded educational institutions to share profitable resources with one another,” pronounced Michael Sticka, GRAMMY Museum executive director. “We are anxious to acquire Pepperdine University to a network and are fervent to see what grows from this well-developed partnership.”

Pepperdine Libraries will lead a partnership on interest of a University and is approaching to horde a initial GRAMMY Museum roving vaunt in 2019.

“Our new connection with a GRAMMY Museum presents measureless opportunities for enriching a informative programming that we yield to a village during Pepperdine,” pronounced Mark Roosa, vanguard of libraries. “As a dialect heading a partnership, Pepperdine Libraries looks brazen to hosting special exhibitions, guest speakers, and other programs that applaud a low-pitched and behaving arts.”

The GRAMMY Museum affiliation, that was penned in August 2018, complements Pepperdine’s disdainful preparation partnership with AEG that offers sports and entertainment-focused preparation to Pepperdine students.

A board commemorating a partnership will be presented to Roosa by Kaitlyn Nader, executive of village rendezvous for a GRAMMY Museum, today, January 8, 2019, during 1 PM in a Payson Library Surfboard Room during Pepperdine University’s Malibu campus. A print of Nader and Roosa is accessible here.

About a GRAMMY Museum
Established in 2008 as a partnership between a Recording Academy™ and AEG, a GRAMMY Museum is a nonprofit classification dedicated to cultivating a larger bargain of a story and stress of music. Paying reverence to a common low-pitched heritage, a Museum explores and celebrates all aspects of a art form—from a record of a recording routine to a legends who’ve done durability outlines on a informative identity. In 2017, a Museum integrated with a sister organization, a GRAMMY Foundation®, to enlarge a strech of a song preparation and refuge initiatives. As a one organization, today, a GRAMMY Museum fulfills a goal of creation song a valued and memorable partial of a multitude by exhibits, education, grants, and open programming.

For some-more information, revisit www.grammymuseum.org, “like” a GRAMMY Museum on Facebook, and follow @GRAMMYMuseum on Twitter and Instagram.

About Pepperdine University
Founded in 1937, Pepperdine University is an independent, Christian university located 30 miles west of downtown Los Angeles in scenic Malibu, California. The University enrolls approximately 7,600 students opposite a flagship magnanimous humanities school, Seaver College; the School of Law; the Graziadio Business School; the Graduate School of Education and Psychology; and the School of Public Policy. Pepperdine is committed to a top standards of educational value and Christian values, where students are strengthened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership. Follow Pepperdine on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and LinkedIn.

CONTACT:

Alex Forero
Pepperdine University
T. 818.702.1423
alex.forero@pepperdine.edu

Jasmine Lywen-Dill
GRAMMY Museum
T. 213.725.5703
jlywen-dill@grammymuseum.org 

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