Benefit Show: Paul van Dyk

The GRAMMY Museum is proud to welcome Paul van Dyk to the Clive Davis Theater for a special benefit supporting our music education programs, which provide free music programming to low income K-12 students throughout Los Angeles County and beyond.

Hosted by KCRW’s Music Director, Jason Bentley, this special evening will include an interview and never-before-seen performance with Paul Van Dyk. GRAMMY Nominated mixer and producer Paul Van Dyk is one of the most successful DJs of his time. His love for creating beats and being one of the original DJs of electronic music has lead him on a revolutionary musical journey being named the worlds #1 DJ in 2005 and 2006 in addition to being named #11 in DJ Magazines Top 100 in 2011. The globally acclaimed German musician is best known for his original productions from his GRAMMY Nominated album, Reflections, being casted in popular movies and television shows as well as unique remixes of hit records from top performing artists such as Depeche Mode, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake. This house music legend headlines major music festivals all over the world and delivers a memorable performance for all music lovers on his international sold out tours. In addition, van Dyk uses his musical platform to integrate his love for politics and inspiring young people. He has joined programs such as Rock The Vote and has worked closely with public figures such as Bono, P Diddy, the Black Eyed Peas, and George Clinton to teach young audiences the importance of casting their votes in elections. With over 3 million albums sold, van Dyk has continued to impress the world with his talents and engineering skills for creating a new way for the world to view music.