In addition to coursework, an essential component of a student's experience at the Clive Davis Institute consists of a robust offering of special events. Through workshops, interviews, panels, performances, demonstrations, and more, faculty and invited guests delve into topics that enhance the knowledge and information presented in our classrooms and studios.
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Thursday, Dec. 14 2017
Pete Francis Heimbold is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He is most widely-known as one of the three founding members of the band Dispatch.
Saturday, Jan. 27 2018
ReMu Talks: Ledisi, A 12-Time Grammy-Nominated R&B Icon, will visit the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music for the first time since the program launched in 2003. Moderated by Jason King the night before the GRAMMYs, the conversation will dive into Ledisi's most recent album "Let Love Rule."
Wednesday, Feb. 7 2018
ReMu Talks: Harry Hudson, Roc Nation-signed Recording Artist, will feature a moving conversation about turning to music for healing and self love. Moderated by the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, Harry will talk about finding solace in music, particularly film scores and country/folk music, helping his friend Jaden Smith with filming The Get Down in New York City, performing on the main stage for the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, and what's next as he embarks 2018.
Monday, Feb. 12 2018
On singer-songwriter Arlissa’s breakthrough track “Hearts Ain’t Gonna Lie,” she coos about the reality of truth always peeking through in life and love. It’s a mantra that the 25-year-old German-born, south London-bred siren has maintained throughout the entirety of her journey in music. As Arlissa enters the next phase of her career—armed with a dancey reboot of her viral hit thanks to Jonas Blue—she continues to promote honest music on her own terms.
Thursday, Mar. 8 2018
The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and Stern Tisch Entertainment Business Association are coming together to celebrate International Women’s Day for an evening spotlighting women shaping and influencing the entertainment industry in music. In a round-table discussion moderated by select students, a group of leading creatives will have the opportunity to share their story and empower the next generation through their own experiences and triumphs.
Wednesday, Mar. 14 2018
Get a taste of the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music's secret sauce featuring what's next in NYC's live music scene – tossed in with classic jams, Austin flavors (yes, food and drink will be provided), and special surprises.
Tuesday, Apr. 17 2018
Tisch Drama continues its Women in Theatre series this spring—featuring Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles, star of Broadway's Waitress. In a special master class at NYU Skirball on March 7, Ms. Bareilles will be in conversation with students and offer feedback. Female students from the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and Tisch Drama will work with Ms. Bareilles using original music as well as songs from Waitress.
Monday, Apr. 30 2018
In the year since graduation, Maggie Rogers has been busy: writing and recording music, collaborating with luminaries, and touring the world – all while holding fast to her own artistic vision, and the unique voice and viewpoint that Pharrell immediately recognized in her work – and on November 27, she’s coming back to NYU Skirball to tell us all about it.
Wednesday, May. 2 2018
Please join Mr. Clive Davis himself for a private first-look screening of his star-studded 2018 Pre-Grammy Gala, including never-before-seen footage of guest performances by Alicia Keys, Migos, Luis Fonsi, Jennifer Hudson, and more.