Berklee News

What's Happening at Berklee

April 14, 2014
Robert Gould, your guide to all things Berklee, tells you what's happening the week of April 14, 2014.
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One Year Later: Marathon Song Gets New Arrangement

April 15, 2014
A year after the Boston Marathon bombings, a song penned by a Berklee student and an alumnus—and newly arranged by an alumnus—is among the artistic tributes as Boston reflects on the...
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Evan Chapman: Anatomy of an Arrangement

April 14, 2014
Alumnus Evan Chapman '13 talks about how he approached arranging student Ben Johnston and alumnus Jordan Lucero's song about the Boston Marathon bombings. 
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Lee Whitmore Named VP for Education Outreach and Social Entrepreneurship

April 14, 2014
In his new role, Whitmore will preside over the Berklee City Music program in Boston and 46 network sites across the country, working closely with Curtis Warner, associate vice president for...
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PODCAST: Geri Allen

April 11, 2014
Beautiful writing and playing marks "Your Pure Self . . . Mother to Son," a solo piano composition from Geri Allen.
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Brian Marquis ’01–Making His Own Luck

April 11, 2014
This talented and tenacious songwriter has a knack for creating his own opportunities.
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Cristina Vaira '13 - Getting Back to What Matters

April 11, 2014
Most performers have had nightmares about bombing in front of a panel of celebrity judges, but for one Berklee alumna it was a dream come true.
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Five Startup Lessons From Kevin Augunas

April 10, 2014
Five key takeaways from Kevin Augunas's Creative Entrepreneurs Lecture for startups and musicians. 
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Studying Abroad in Valencia, Spain

April 10, 2014
At Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain, more than 50 students are studying performance, music business, music technology, ear training, and a host of other subjects through the Study Abroad...
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What Musicianship Taught Paul English About Building Companies

April 10, 2014
Paul English talks musicianship and entrepreneurship, and how the two aren't so different after all. 
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