At the 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, several CalArts alums took home awards during music’s biggest night.
John Daversa, a performer, composer, arranger, producer and educator, took home three Grammys for:
* Best Improvised Jazz Solo for “Don’t...
Several CalArtians are among the nominees announced Friday for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards to be handed out Feb. 10.
California Institute of the Arts alum Greg Kurstin, one of today’s most sought-after music producers, is among the team nominated for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Beck’s...
Greg Kurstin won the Grammy for Producer of the Year, Non-classical. | Photo: Wiki Commons
The 60th Annual Grammy Award winners were announced on Sunday with CalArts alumnus Greg Kurstin (Music BFA 92) winning the Producer of the Year, Non-Classical category, (awarded during the pre-telecast, the Grammy...
CalArts alumnus Greg Kurstin (Music BFA 92) earned two nominations in the 60th Annual Grammy Awards announced on Tuesday.
Kurstin is nominated for Best Song Written for Visual Media (“Never Give Up” from the “Lion” soundtrack) and Producer of the Year, Non-Classical.
For the Producer...
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