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Global Groove

Berklee's International Programs and Admissions departments have had an exceptionally busy winter presenting clinics and concerts, and holding auditions and interviews around world. We held events throughout Europe in Berlin, Dublin, London, Madrid, Paris, and Stockholm; in Latin America in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, and Panama; and in Asia in Tokyo and Kobe, Japan, and in Kuala Lumpur. These events have allowed us to connect with a host of fantastically talented alumni, established artists, and applicants to the college.

We are looking forward to an exciting and equally as busy spring and summer with programs in Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, Australia, and Spain. Below are some photos captured in various locations over the past few months.

     
  From the left: Professor Casey Scheuerell, Hans Kullock (director of the Music Academy International in Nancy, France), and Professor Jon Finn. Scheuerell and Finn presented clinics and master classes at the academy during a February visit.   Berklee students all present and accounted for at the Philippos Nakas Conservatory for the start of the spring 2011 Semester in Athens program.   From the left: Berklee Associate Professor Winnie Dahlgren, Adelia Douw, Berklee's Assistant Director of Educational Programs Sam Skau, and Professor John Baboian. While in Capetown, South Africa, the Berklee team presented a Five-Week Summer Performance Program scholarship to Capetown native Douw at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.
  Amanda Gouldthorpe   Philippos Nakas Conservatory    
     
  Berklee's semester-abroad students shown at the start of a tour of their new hometown in Freiburg, Germany. A total of 16 Berklee students participated in the program at the International College of Music Freiburg.   From the left: Pianist Ryota Ueda '06, Jason Camelio, bassist Ryo Hatakeyama '02, Assistant Chair of Guitar Rick Peckham, and Assistant Chair of Ensembles Sean Skeete played a set together during Berklee's February visit to Koyo Conservatory in Kobe, Japan.   From the left: Berklee's assistant director of admissions Pearly Lee, Rick Peckham, Yoshiyuki Katori '88, chair of the Senzoku Gakuen College of Music jazz department, Yukiyoshi Arimasa `86, assistant chair of jazz department at Senzoku, and Sean Skeete. The Berklee team visited Senzoku Gakuen College of Music in February in Kanagawa, Japan to present clinics and conduct auditions and interviews.
  International College of Music Freiburg   Pearly Lee   Senzoku Gakuen College of Music