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Famed Pianist Picks Armenian Musicians for Berklee Summer Program

Celebrated Armenian pianist/composer Tigran Hamasyan selected two young talents from his homeland to attend the Five-Week Summer Performance Program. 

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Spotify’s EQL Studio Residency Will Open Door for Female Producers, Engineers

Berklee, Spotify, and Electric Lady Studios partner to offer three residencies in New York, Nashville, and London.

Faculty Member to Set Up Recording Studio in the Dominican Republic

Chrissy Tignor, assistant professor of contemporary writing and production, will also conduct a recording workshop at Santo Domingo’s Conservatorio Nacional de Música.

Student Helps Pops and Symphony Hall Guests Take the Stage

The seventh-semester music business/management major is spending her summer learning from the pros at Symphony Hall. 

Berklee City Music Awards Seven Full-Tuition Scholarships

The young musicians were awarded the scholarships at a ceremony marking the end of the Five-Week Summer Performance Program. 

Berklee Team Helped Create Program Pairing Photos and Music

Cruise line Royal Caribbean worked with faculty from Berklee and other technology experts to create the SoundSeeker song generator.

How to Make the Most of Your Music Festival Experience

Artists who have performed at festivals like Lollapalooza and SXSW through the Berklee Popular Music Institute give the inside scoop on how to make the experience the most it can be.   

Berklee's Rishabh Rajan Looks at the EDI Music Vanguard

Assistant Professor Rishabh Rajan talks about the artists who are moving the needle with electronic digital instruments. 

NPR Music: Berklee Students Back Lucius

Lucius invites the Berklee Instant Strings to join the indie pop band's set at the Newport Jazz Festival. 

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String Students Play with Lucius and Others at Newport Folk Festival

Berklee Instant Strings performed at Newport Folk Festival 2018 with This Is the Kit, Lucius, and Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam. 

Berklee Opens Its Doors to Electronic Digital Instruments

Berklee's new EDI initiative recognizes the central role that computers play in all types of music-making.

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Conservatory Student Writes from Tanglewood

As a 2018 Tanglewood Music Center fellow, Montserrat Siles has been performing with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and will serve as the assistant concertmaster for Tanglewood on Parade.

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Negro Spiritual Project Performs at the Fort

The Gregory Groover Negro Spiritual Project brings spirituals and hymns to Berklee's annual Jazz at the Fort concert.