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Singer, songwriter, and humanitarian Michael Franti (Spearhead) spoke with students about his empathy-centered approach to songwriting.
At a Visiting Artist Series clinic this week, the pop hitmaker and Berklee alumnus talked about his influences and why his latest single, "Girlfriend," is indebted to Berklee.
Gil Dor '75 (far left) and Noa shared their musical journeys with faculty member Andrew Shryock and President Roger Brown (far right).
Image by Stefan Thompson
The two Israeli musicians shared their artistic journeys and performed pieces from their new collaboration, Letters to Bach.
Kenny Werner (left), artistic director of the Effortless Mastery Institute, talked creativity with jazz composer Billy Childs (right).
The two decorated composers talked about their different approaches to creativity and debated which chord sounds the most like hope.
Image by Alex Kawasaki
Thirteen student teams spent a Saturday writing, workshopping, and performing original songs.
Jeff Harleston (left) shared his insights in a conversation with Don Gorder.
The longtime Universal Music Group executive discussed streaming, changing business models, and the three skills required to make it as a musician.
Image courtesy of ABC/Eric McCandless and 'American Idol'
The songwriting major's finish is the highest any Berklee artist has ever placed on the show.
Image courtesy of Above Summit
The newly named Roger H. Brown Jr. Building is among the outgoing president’s most visible and lasting accomplishments.
Christiane Karam, founder of the Berklee Middle Eastern Festival
Image courtesy of Matthew Muise
The virtual event features more than 50 students and alumni from over 20 countries performing music from the Middle East, the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and neighboring regions.
Berklee City Music students
The $15,000 award will support City Music’s High School Academy and Preparatory Academy programs.
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