Berklee News

The Write Stuff

August 24, 2001
When Marti Epstein isn't creating her own musical works, she dedicates herself to aspiring composers.
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Hearing the Future with CSound

July 12, 2001
Professor Richard Boulanger helps usher in the era of the computer virtuoso with a new book.
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Steely Dan, Larry Linkin and William Davis honored at Berklee College of Music's 2001 Graduation

May 12, 2001
Students pay tribute in a two-hour concert of Steely Dan favorites.
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Berklee Today: Cyrus Chestnut '85

March 23, 2001
After releasing nine albums as a leader and playing on dozens more as a sideman, Cyrus Chestnut is following the path of the jazz pioneers and revealing himself through his music.
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Reelin' in the Ears

February 28, 2001
Ear Training guru Mitch Haupers challenges his students to develop musicality any way they can. One student reports back from his days under Haupers's tutelage.
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Fagen, Lovano, Marsalis Win Grammys

February 23, 2001
More than 20 years after its greatest commercial success, Donald Fagen's Steely Dan receives its first Grammy Awards.
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Trading Riffs with Pops

December 22, 2000
Ken Burns turns to a Berklee faculty member to help propel his latest mega-documentary.
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Phil Wilson: The Focus on Emotion

December 5, 2000
A core member of the Berklee faculty since 1965, trombonist and composer Phil Wilson worked hard to overcome his musical obstacles, and inspires students to do the same.
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Berklee Welcomes Carol Kaye for BassDayze

October 18, 2000
Berklee welcomes the legendary studio bassist as part of the week-long BassDayze.
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Berklee Today: Susan Tedeschi '91

September 23, 2000
One gold record, seven Boston Music Awards, three W.C. Handy Awards, and a Grammy nomination all signal that Susan Tedeschi's career is on the fast track.
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