Visiting Artist News

VIDEO: Commencement 2012

May 21, 2012
Watch scenes from Berklee's commencement ceremony and concert.
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The Many Screens of Composer Brian Tyler

May 10, 2012
The scorer for such films and video games as The Expendables and Call of Duty takes some time to speak to Berklee students.
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Rethinking the Music Industry

May 10, 2012
The Rethink Music conference sparks a thought-provoking conversation about how to keep fans engaged.
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Robert Pinsky on How Music Saved Him

April 30, 2012
The former U.S. poet laureate received Berklee's Liberal Arts Tribute Award and delivered a "poem jazz" keynote address.
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Students Chat with the Pros at Music Business Roundtable

April 30, 2012
Music business students get advice from industry professionals at a roundtable discussion prior to the Envisioning 21st-Century Music Business Models panel.
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Rethink Music Announces Startup Competition Winner

April 25, 2012
Cambridge, MA-based Have You Heard? was awarded $10,000 in legal services from Duane Morris, additional in-kind consulting services, and at least three meetings with venture capitalists.
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Composer Pat Irwin to Address ASCAP Day at Berklee on April 25

April 20, 2012
The Former B-52's Guitarist and Keyboardist Composed Film Scores including But I'm a Cheerleader and contributed to hit shows like SpongeBob SquarePants and Bored to Death.
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Rethink Music Adds GZA, Karmin, the Lumineers, Thievery Corporation, Junior Boys

April 12, 2012
Artists will join business leaders from companies like YouTube, Spotify, Converse, and Pitchfork to generate solutions to transform the music industry.
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Eagles, Alison Krauss, Mulatu Astatke Receive Honorary Degrees at May 12 Commencement

March 28, 2012
On commencement eve, as is Berklee's tradition, students will pay tribute to the honorees by performing music associated with their careers.
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John Patitucci, Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra at Jordan Hall April 3

March 23, 2012
The free concert features the world premiere of the Grammy-winning jazz bassist's new concerto, student and faculty compositions, and a tribute to John Williams.
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