The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles will allocate $ 200,000 in grants to 15 recipients in the US to assist research on various subjects, as well as a number of archiving and preservation programs.
The Center for Armenology at the University of Fresno will be provided with a grant of $ 5,000 to digitize unique recordings of Armenian musical works.
"The GRAMMY Museum Grant Program to date has awarded more than $7.5 million to more than 400 grantees," said Michael Sticka, executive director of the Grammy Museum, in a press release. "The work we help fund includes an impressive array of projects that are at the forefront of exploring music's beneficial intersection with science, and that maintain our musical legacy for future generations. The initiatives announced today exemplify the Museum's mission to uphold music's value in our lives and shared culture."
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