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Matthew Morrison goes from cleave to teaching real -- high school students working with the Grammy foundation the annual Grammy camp.
Held for the first time in new York and -- -- -- Morrison says it's not your typical day camp.
Present like song writers.
And audio technicians vocalist.
So they're all here together and their all been working together in the studio and actually making music that's that's -- it's amazing.
And He likes that encouraging arts education is a popular trend.
-- education programs are -- the first things -- schools and I think with programs like this.
And -- seem to legislate -- I think it's done so much for arts education they can't cut -- arts programs schools because they're so wildly popular.
Plus it's clear these up and comers appreciate the opportunity I'm from Florida and a lot of arts programs are being cut.
Getting a lot less money and so it's really important.
And really really gracious of these people to.
Give us this opportunity to invest and to grow in of particular industry.
-- As a young kid growing up you get a lot of allowed.
Whatever you like -- the passing -- and nobody really takes interest seriously and to get old days.
And it's nice what programs like this and show quickly and encourage students to pursue their passions and.
Morrison has been busy on the road promoting his solo album before -- heads back to work at McKinley high where rumors are swirling about which students will be returning.
It's -- natural progression they were gonna graduate it's a -- show so who knows what they're gonna throw that they might.
Making all the all the help that might -- -- And whether he's on TV Iraq summer camp -- big piece of advice for this is is make sure you love it.
If you don't absolutely.
Love what you're doing and and think it's like the best thing in just.
It's everything to you finish by -- that.
In New York.
Courtney Friel Fox News.
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