The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra (BSFO) premiered its new original score to Buster Keaton’s comic masterwork Our Hospitality (1923). On May 6, the BSFO performed the score live to picture in its home away from home, the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, MA. Then, on May 15, they...
Steven Corn ’84 is the CEO and cofounder of BFM Digital, a California-based digital music distributor. The company represents hundreds of independent artists, labels, publishers, and other content creators to a network of more than 250 music services.
Ben Maitland-Lewis ’05 is passionate about serving the needs of independent artists, especially those from the Berklee community. His company, Indie Ambassador, is a music media and technology company, and their first product is Presskit.to.
Ordinarily, I write these columns from home or from one of my favorite local coffee establishments in Nashville. Today, however, I’m coming to you from Key West, FL, the site of the 18th Annual Key West Songwriters Festival.
Under a spell similar to that of a sculptor, I imagine the future of my work. For me the “sculpting process” has been my undergraduate experience, which ultimately revealed that my career would be in entertainment law.
In February 2013, six members of the Berklee College of Music faculty and administration traveled to Colombia. They immersed themselves in a weeklong series of high-energy, well-attended master classes, audition and interview (A&I) sessions, meetings, and evening receptions.
Professor of Percussion Joe Galeota teaches classes that introduce students to the culture and advanced ensemble playing of African music.
Professor Apostolos Paraskevas was featured in England’s Classical Guitar magazine discussing his rehabilitation from focal dystonia. Visit www.apostolosparaskevas.com.
Woodwind Professor Wendy Rolfeappeared on the cover of November 2012 issue of Flute Talk magazine. Rolfe has also performed with the Handel and Haydn Society, the Boston Baroque Orchestra, and the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra.
I woke up still laughing the morning after a concert featuring Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers (SCR) in Red Bank, New Jersey.
Bill McGoldrick of Norfolk, MA, and Pamela Stiebler ’13, were named the best acoustic act in the 2012 local music awards hosted by WMRC Radio in Milford, MA. Visit www.billmcgoldrick.net.
Gary Sproul of Oakland, CA, penned his first novel, The Length of the Leash, which was named a runner up in the 2013 Los Angeles Book Festival and received honorable mention in the New York, London, San Francisco, and Great Northwest book festivals.