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Left to right: Lieutenant Governor Kim Driscoll, Governor Maura Healey, and Berklee faculty member Lydia Harrell
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The faculty vocalist talks about performing at the historic event earlier this month.
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Award-winning producer Benny Grotto unpacks Rick Rubin's recent 60 Minutes comments and weighs the benefits of intuition and formal training in the studio.
Berklee student Barbad Bakan
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Iranian students Mahya Hamedi and Barbad Bakan discuss how the death of Mahsa Amini sparked a revolution their homeland.
Berklee professor and musicologist Joe Bennett is an expert in the analysis of popular music and songwriting.
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Joe Bennett, professor and forensic musicologist, weighs in on the trends and tropes of holiday music.
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The managing director of Berklee's newly renamed Institute for Accessible Arts Education makes the case for why our language surrounding disability matters.
CHARLEY will perform at Sound on Sound in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on September 24.
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With one festival gig under her belt and another to go, the Berklee Popular Music Institute featured artist reflects on the journey to the big stage and the road ahead.
The premier series will feature four performances showcasing the Conservatory’s student talent across dance, music, and theater.
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The veteran hitmaker for Luis Fonsi, Carlos Santana, Ricky Martin, Paulina Rubio, and others will teach Berklee's Latin Songwriting course.
Acclaimed composer Hildur Gudnadóttir will be a guest speaker at the inaugural EA Day at Berklee, which will bring Electronic Arts and EA Music executives, as well as notable experts, to the Boston campus.
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The new partnership will establish an annual scholarship and mentorship program.
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The event honors the music of New Orleans, with styles ranging from second line and congregational to jazz and bounce.
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