Final Cadence

Ernest Wiehe '73

Notes from NOLA

From the left: Robin Kinchen and Suzanne Denu ’03.

L.A. Newsbriefs

By 
Peter Gordon

As a steady stream of Berklee alumni continues to relocate to Los Angeles to pursue professional dreams, the overriding question for graduates is “How to begin?”

Alumni Beat

By 
Karen Bell

From the left: Berklee’s Alumni Affairs team members Karen Bell, Emily Dufresne, Mark Small, and Brian Grzelak.

Nashville Notes

Downtown Nashville after the May flood caused an estimated $1 billion in damage.

Alumni Profile: Claude Kelly ’02

By 
Adam Renn Olenn

Being a good listener is one reason Claude Kelly has become so successful at penning songs that connect with A-list artists such as Whitney Houston, R. Kelly, Britney Spears, and Miley Cyrus as well as their audiences.

The Woodshed: Exploring New Harmonic Frontiers with the Thirds Chart

This lesson’s goal is to help composers who have explored the fundamentals of music and need fresh harmonic ideas.

Expert Testimony: Taking Artistic and Financial Control through the Internet

By 
Richard Niles

British electric bassist and composer Janek Gwizdala has created a personal sound by applying his classical-guitar technique to the bass with his unique talent and rare capacity for hard work.

Entrepreneurship and the New Music Industry

By 
Eric Jensen

All musicians are small (or large) enterprises, whether they promote their own work; pursue professional careers as players, composers, or engineers; or create products and services for others.

The Perception of Music

By 
Mark Small

Franz von Scober

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