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Danielle Juhre's Soaring Vocals Carry 'Does She Know'

In this episode, we listen to Danielle Juhre, a powerhouse vocalist and music business major who draws on her creative peers and education in business to build a performance career on her own terms.

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David Gilmore's 'Blues Mind Matter' off Album Named One of Year's Best

Gilmore's 2017 jazz album, Transitions, was named one of DownBeat magazine’s Top CDs that year. In this episode, we'll listen to the tune "Blues Mind Matter" from that album. Gilmore will perform at the Berklee Performance Center August 13. 

Miette Hope's Lush Harmonies Define 'Release Me'

In this episode, we’ll listen to recent graduate Miette Hope’s latest single, which is about trying to finally break free from a painful relationship. You can hear her live at Derby Square in Salem at 5:00 p.m. on July 14.


Dolltr!ck's Electronic Soundscapes

Student Claire Marie Lim, who performs as Dolltr!ck, uses an electronic digital instrument to create playful pieces that mix electronica, future dance, hip-hop, and house.


Omar Hakim on the Melting Pot of American Music

The drummer, composer, and producer has performed with the biggest names in music without becoming typecast.

Pablo Munguía on Shaping the Future of Music

Pablo Munguía discusses helping students push the frontiers of music and technology, and reuniting with Justin Timberlake for the Super Bowl halftime show.

Alison Plante on How She Helps Create the Next Film Scorers

The award-winning composer and chair of the Film Scoring Department discusses her plans for preparing those interested in careers in scoring for film, TV, video games, and other visual media.

Erin Barra-Jean Rethinks How Songwriters Use Technology

Erin Barra-Jean talks about her anti-tech roots and why she pushes songwriters to use technology to achieve their vision.

Felice Pomeranz on the Versatility of a Harp Career

In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, Felice Pomeranz shares her experiences crafting more inclusive, creative, and sustainable career opportunities for harpists.

Rhoda Bernard on Teaching Music to Autistic Students

Rhoda Bernard launches the Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs, building on a decade of successful work with students on the autism spectrum.

Livingston Taylor Knows the Secret to Good Stage Performance

Popular voice professor Livingston Taylor shares the fundamentals needed to succeed as a performer today. 

Beth Platow Will Help You Get over Your Fear of Poetry

In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, Liberal Arts Department faculty member Beth Platow talks about teaching writing to musicians, and she reads from her debut collection, Little Myths.