Berklee News

Berklee Honors Keith Lockhart at International Show

March 17, 2008
The college's global community perform music from their home countries and Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart will be honored at the International Folk Music Festival.
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VIDEO: Professor Armsted Christian

March 15, 2008
Christian thinks Berklee helps students navigate the changing music world.
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VIDEO: Voice Faculty Kudisan Kai

March 15, 2008
Kai, a singer, talked about teaching at Berklee.
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Richard Blackstone: True Believer

March 11, 2008
Industry tumult excites 2008 Zafris lecturer Richard Blackstone.
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64-Bit Symphonies

March 11, 2008
Video game composers share their expertise with the next generation.
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Berklee Today: Gavin Lurssen '91

March 10, 2008
The first mastering engineer to receive a Grammy talks about the masterer's touch.
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Berklee Today: Tunesmith Tales

March 10, 2008
Songwriters from Nashville to L.A. talk craft and career.
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Berklee Today: Wherever the River Flows

March 10, 2008
From the wellspring of a Brazilian musical heritage, Luciana Souza's course has led her into choice jazz, classical, and pop music territory.
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Fred Wesley: Sideman Takes Center Stage

March 7, 2008
James Brown trombonist Fred Wesley muses on the enduring mystery of funk.
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Making Music for Herb Pomeroy

March 7, 2008
A memorial tribute concert will feature Joe Lovano, Hal Galper, Jack Walrath, Greg Hopkins, and the Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra, with proceeds to benefit the Herb Pomeroy Scholarship Fund.
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