Berklee News

Berklee Today: Playing for Life

January 15, 2010
This practical advice for singers and pianists can help prevent injuries and foster healthy technique.
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Berklee Today: Anat Cohen '98

January 15, 2010
Israeli-born Anat Cohen '98 has found New York City to be a promised land of sorts for a jazz musician with a story to tell.
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Music Series at Berklee: Roots and Reason

January 15, 2010
Africana Studies celebrates blues, gospel, bluegrass, and other roots styles.
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Professor, Students Bring Word and Song to MLK Event

January 14, 2010
Berklee celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday with music and spoken word performances in a free open house at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts.
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Danilo Perez Heads Berklee Global Jazz Institute

January 13, 2010
New center for musical creativity selects 14 students for its inaugural class, starting in January 2010.
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City Music Honors Rev. Dr. Gloria White-Hammond

January 12, 2010
The Unsung Heroes Breakfast also includes a panel discussion with 1961 Freedom Riders Jean Thompson and Judith Ann Wright.
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PODCAST: Julian Lage '08

January 12, 2010
Best Contemporary Jazz nominee Julian Lage '08 is one of 22 Berklee alumni nominated for Grammy Awards this year.
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Musicians Push Boundaries in Poetry Slam

January 11, 2010
Students got the chance to try their hands at competitive performance poetry.
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Mark O'Connor Slideshow

January 10, 2010
Scenes from the violinist's week on campus.
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Roots Music at Berklee Branches Out

December 23, 2009
Kicking off the college's new American Roots Music Program, consummate American fiddler/composer Mark O'Connor brought his innovative style to a very receptive audience.
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