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Female Composer Scales New Heights

Berklee alumna Pinar Toprak is the first female composer to score a major comic-book movie.

Variety

WJAR: The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra Comes to Providence, RI

NBC Providence speaks to members of the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra about their upcoming performance in Providence, Rhode Island. They have composed an original score to the 1928 film The Man Who Laughs.

WJAR-TV

Bay State Banner: In the News: Ron Savage

The Bay State Banner covers Ron Savage's new role as dean of the Professional Performance Division. 

Bay State Banner

Pollstar: Go Pro: How the Live Music Biz Is Developing Artists

The Berklee Popular Music Institute’s model of preparing students for festivals is featured in this concert industry trade publication’s report on building musicians' careers.

Pollstar

Marietta Daily Journal: Graduate Addresses Boston Commencement

The Georgia newspaper featured news about Conservatory graduate Briana Bunkley giving the student speech at the ceremony.

Marietta Daily Journal

Boston.com: Panos A. Panay on the Future of Music

In an interview with HUBweek cofounder Kathleen Kennedy, Panos A. Panay discussed the unbundling of higher education, becoming an entrepreneur in Boston, and more.

Boston.com

Bay State Banner: 'A Rose out of Concrete'

The Bay State Banner interviews Nona Hendryx about her artistic collaboration with the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Dance Division.

Bay State Banner

NECN: Berklee's Online Options

The Take on NECN talks to Berklee Online CEO Debbie Cavalier about the school's online options.

New England Cable News

Union Tribune: Student Calls The Voice Audition Unforgettable

San Diego, California’s daily newspaper reports on Berklee senior Jackie Foster’s road to the blind auditions on the TV singing competition.

San Diego Union Tribune

NBC Boston: Black Music’s Influence at Berklee

Grammy-winning drummer and educator Terri Lyne Carrington '83, '03H talks about Berklee’s legacy as an incubator for African American talent and a hub for jazz, blues, and other forms of black music.

NBC

Associated Press: Music Camps Inspire Young Musicians

Berklee’s Summer Programs are highlighted in this national article about opportunities for kids to try a new instrument or deepen their knowledge.

Associated Press

Open Source: The Afterlife of Otis Redding

Larry Watson, professor of ensembles, and Janice Pendarvis, associate professor of voice, talk about Redding's raw, soulful vocal style, still inimitable 50 years later. 

Open Source