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Nineteen acts will sing, rap, and samba on two stages at the Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Festival.
Catherine Morris fills a void with the Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Festival.
Michael Bierylo, chair of the Electronic Production and Design Department, spoke to Fast Company about the use of holograms at concerts and what that means for future performances.
Catherine Morris has been working on the BAMS Fest for nearly a decade.
Boston's NwaSoul takes the stage at the second annual Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Festival.
Prince Charles Alexander, professor in the Music Production and Engineering Department, was interviewed about a collaboration between Berklee City Music and Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
The film composer and orchestrator, who currently serves as assistant chair of the department, will succeed Alison Plante on September 1.
The Boston Globe covered Eric Cornell's Tony Award, which he received for working on the revival of the musical Oklahoma!.
UltimateGuitar.com included Steve Bailey, Berklee Bass Department chair, in their list of the top 10 bass players using six-string bass guitars.
Makayla White, with guitar in hand, may be Maine's only traveling music therapist.
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra takes its new production on a three-stop tour.