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March 8, 2010

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March 8

The Banjo Project

Cafe 939

March 8

Liz Longley

Arsenal Center for the Arts

March 8

Berklee Tower of Power Ensemble

BPC

March 9

Six Guitar Brothers

Scullers Jazz Club

March 10

Black Kettle

Cafe 939

March 10

Aditya Balani Group / Ayumi Ueda's Music of the World

BPC

March 13

High School Jazz Festival

Hynes Convention Center

March 17

Pinchback Blues

Arsenal Center for the Arts

March 18

TAO: The Martial Art of Drumming

BPC

March 19

Berklee's 5th Annual SXSW Party

Friends Bar

March 20

Air

BPC

March 22

KidsJam: Songs of Spring

Cafe 939

Win International Folk Festival Tickets

International Folk Festival

This annual performance celebrates Berklee's abundant international student population—24 percent—proving that music is truly a cultural bridge. Five winners will each receive a pair of tickets to the March 25 concert. Email promotions@berklee.edu by March 15 with the subject line "International."

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Take 5: Episode 2
Follow six City Music students as they settle into their new homes in Boston. But there's no time for lounging as they meet their new ensembles and get the first taste of the tunes they'll be performing in the Blowout concert.

Berklee Returns to Dublin, April 5–11

In addition to a week of improvisation workshops, applicants for full-time study in Boston will audition and interview for scholarships.

Music for Film Networking Event and Contest, April 10

Berklee will give budding filmmakers the chance to shine in the fifth annual Music for Film networking event and contest.

Preparing for the High School Jazz Festival

Arlington High School's jazz band returns to "defend their title," but director Richard Guillen says their focus isn't on winning, but getting as much from the experience as possible.

International Study Abroad: Finding Yourself in Freiburg

At the Jazz & Rock Schulen, 10 fortunate Berklee students explore music across cultures.

Roots and Reason: The Why Behind the Music

Africana Studies director Bill Banfield waxes on the roots and reason behind American popular music.

18-Piece Orchestra at Miami Carnaval

Students and alumni pay tribute to Colombian singer Joe Arroyo at Carnaval de Barranquilla en Miami.

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Tickets on sale now. Tickets are available at the BPC box office and through Ticketmaster.

Leeny and Tamara, Cafe 939, April 24

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Berklee student Ann Driscoll travels to Austin, Texas this month to perform at South by Southwest, along with many other Heavy Rotation Records artists. Can't make it to Austin? Listen to Driscoll's "Ringmaster" from the comfort of your own home.


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