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Forbes:The College Student Behind the “What the World Needs Now” Viral Video

Forbes spoke with Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler about her inspirational "What the World Needs Now Is Love" YouTube video, and how she was able assemble dozens of College and Conservatory classmates' music into a single song.

Forbes

NPR: Virtual 'Love Sweet Love' from Quarantined Berklee Students

NPR ran a feature on Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler's virtual orchestra video on YouTube with over 70 College and Conservatory peers, including a quote from Burt Bacharach. 

NPR

WHDH-TV: ‘An Important Message’: Berklee Students Create Virtual Orchestra to Uplift Spirits amid Coronavirus Outbreak

WHDH-TV interviewed Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler about her inspiring YouTube video for "What the World Needs Now Is Love."

WHDH-TV

Good Morning America: Boston Conservatory at Berklee Students Make Virtual Orchestra and Sing 'What the World Needs Now Is Love'

ABC's morning news program, Good Morning America, featured Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler's virtual orchestra rendition of "What the World Needs Now Is Love" on their broadcast. 

"Good Morning America"

WBZ-TV: Berklee Students Create Virtual Orchestra During Coronavirus, Perform 'What The World Needs Now Is Love'

WBZ-TV, Boston's local CBS affiliate, published a news story on the virtual orchestra video by Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler. 

WBZ-TV

Patriot Ledger: Local Jazz Great Laszlo Gardony Talks Music in the Age of Pandemic

The Berklee professor discusses his creative process and his philosophy on connecting with audiences.

The Patriot Ledger

WBUR: Beating Her Own Drum, Terri Lyne Carrington Continues to Push Jazz Forward

WBUR interviewed Terri Lyne Carrington about her career and how social injustices and the struggle for equity influenced her new group, Social Science.

WBUR-FM

WGBH's Jazz Conversations: Ron Reid

Meet Ron Reid, Trinidadian-born bassist, steel drummer, composer, and educator, through an insightful interview with WGBH's Eric Jackson. 

WGBH

NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science

Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science perform a soulful set blending jazz, poetry, and messages for our time.  

NPR Music

WGBH: The Curtis Brothers—Live From Scullers

WGBH recorded a live set from the Curtis Brothers at Scullers with special guests Tia Fuller, Ralph Peterson, and Brian Lynch. 

WGBH

Boston Globe: Berklee Students Bring Hits to the Stage with Celebrity Producer Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis and student performers Myia Thornton and Kentaro Mashimo spoke to the Boston Globe about the Signature Series production The Show.

Boston Globe