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Recording Academy’s Grammy House Returns With Halle Bailey Masterclass & More

The Recording Academy’s Grammy House is returning for a second year with three days of programming targeted to “music makers, culture creators and rising industry leaders.” Grammy House is presented by Mastercard and runs from Thursday, Feb. 1, to Saturday, Feb. 3, in Los Angeles.

“I am so excited for this second installment of Grammy House,” Harvey Mason jr., CEO of the Recording Academy, said in a statement. “The response last year from younger fans and artists just starting their relationship with the Recording Academy was overwhelming, and we’re a better organization because of the increased engagement with them. I’m grateful for the amazing artists and partners who are helping make this year’s Grammy House an even bigger success.” 

Programming kicks off with a celebration of Women in the Mix and continues with an independent music panel, an emerging artist showcase, a Grammy U Masterclass presented by Mastercard (featuring Grammy-nominated artist Halle Bailey), and the third annual #GrammysNextGen party. Grammy House concludes with the debut of Academy Proud – the Recording Academy’s new initiative dedicated to uplifting the LGBTQIA+ community.

To commemorate what they are calling their 25th anniversary, the Latin Recording Academy will exhibit a time capsule that showcases memorable moments in Latin Grammy history. It will be available for guests to visit throughout the duration of Grammy House. (The Latin Recording Academy was founded in 1997. The first Latin Grammys were presented in September 2000.)

Here’s a preview of the 2024 Grammy House programming. All events are by invitation only.