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Juan Luis Guerra
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Juan Luis Guerra, Miguel Zenón, and Kristhyan Benitez are among this year's nominees.
Leomar Cordero (left), recipient of the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation's 2023 Prodigy Scholarship, and Nicky Jam, Latin Grammy winner and this year's scholarship cosponsor.
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The 19-year-old Dominican pianist will pursue a bachelor's degree at Berklee this fall.
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Nicol Kuburoglu B.M. ’22, a junior talent buyer at C3 Presents, shares what it's been like to work music festivals like Austin City Limits, and how a few business classes changed her career path.
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The steelpan player and performance major talks about how ear training courses changed how he hears music, forming a group with his roommates, and some of his current favorite songs.
Yvette Noel-Schure delivered her remarks at the Berklee Valencia commencement ceremony.
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Noel-Schure was honored at the Berklee Valencia commencement ceremony on Monday, July 10.
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The composition and performance major talks about her journey to Berklee from Iran, composing on the oud, and how she finds inspiration in the traditional and folkloric music of her home country.
Tony Succar (right) performs at Berklee's Ídolas Latinos concert at the Berklee Performance Center.
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The new pre-orientation program for Latinx and Hispanic students will launch during the 2023–2024 academic year.
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The Berklee Valencia graduate student talks about the benefits of taking risks, her passion for creating musical moments, and previews INOCON 2023, a music and tech conference held in Valencia.
Berklee President Erica Muhl and Heekyung Jo Min, executive vice president and head of corporate social responsibility at the CJ Group
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The Seoul, South Korea–based foundation will provide financial aid to Korean students for the next five years.
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The program takes place in Perugia, Italy, from July 4 to 16 and coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Umbria Jazz Festival.