Berklee News

Berklee Today: So You Want a Big Publishing Deal?

September 16, 2004
Organizing and administering your song catalog are sound career moves as well as necessary steps toward forging alliances with major music publishers.
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Berklee Today: Roger H. Brown

September 16, 2004
A lifelong passion for music, coupled with a reputation for innovation and entrepreneurial vision, indicate that Berklee's third president, Roger Brown, has what it takes to guide the college in the...
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Berklee Today: All the Right Moves

March 16, 2004
As his tenure as president at the college that bears his name reaches its finale, Lee Eliot Berk is pleased with the educational legacy his family is leaving.
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Berklee Today: Julian Joseph '89

September 16, 2003
With his career as a composer, pianist, bandleader, and BBC host in full swing, Julian Joseph is like jazz royalty in England.
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Defender of Freedom

August 18, 2003
Associate Professor of Ensemble and saxophonist George Garzone leads students on journeys of musical self-discovery.
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Berklee Today: Aimee Mann '80

June 22, 2003
After winning the battle for artistic control of her career, songwriter extraordinaire Aimee Mann now calls the shots.
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The Reel Story

June 19, 2003
Associate Professor Eric Reasoner offers students a glimpse of what the world of film score editing is really like.
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Tuning Up for the Road

May 29, 2003
A Berklee faculty member lists his 50 favorite songs for the highway.
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2003 Commencement – Singing on the Edge

May 15, 2003
A rock legend and a jazz great help students make magic during the 2003 Commencement.
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Sounding the Depths

May 9, 2003
Associate professor of voice Donna McElroy dives deep to coax out the best in her students.
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