As part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee's fall 2017 chamber music master class series with guest artists, Silkroad ensemble member, clarinetist, and composer Azmeh was invited to speak about his work and coach four groups of musicians.
In this episode of Signal Flow, associate professors Erin Barra and Loudon Stearns talk about why Apparat's masterful "Goodbye," a widely synchronized song, feels frightening.
Silkroad artists Cristina Pato, Galician bagpipes, and Edward Perez, double bass, discuss the collective's vision for education and its collaboration with Boston Conservatory at Berklee. And we listen to their song "Joropo-Festejo: Muiñeira de Chantada” from Pato’s album Latina, arranged by Perez.
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The Boston Globe "Names" column features Amanda Palmer's Reach Out clinic at Berklee with students and Leah Driscoll, director of health and wellness.
The Boston Musical Intelligencer previews a special collaboration at Symphony Hall between the Boston Conservatory Orchestra and artists from the Silkroad Ensemble.
The film composer and singer-songwriter spent a week on campus as a film scoring artist in residence.
Ralph Jaccodine was honored with the Passim Legacy Award for his years of supporting the legendary folk destination.
Jane Miller, Berklee professor of guitar, gives a tutorial that breaks down a common chord progression.
In the wake of a painful breakup, alumna Alyse Vellturo founded her one-woman synth pop band, pronoun.