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

Bright Light in NY and Cyberspace

By 
Mark Small

Tim Nilson '96

Re-engaged in Music and the community

Jeryl and Steve Oristaglio

Making a Difference with In-Kind Gifts

By 
Mary Hurley

“Give us the tools, and we will finish the job,” Winston Churchill once said. And several companies and individuals have helped Berklee finish the job of educating young musicians through generous in-kind gift donations. Valued at $1 million, a recent software donation by Sonoma Wire Works is one of the largest, single in-kind gifts to Berklee in recent years. Sonoma donated software licenses for RiffWorks, a guitar-recording program, and KitCore Deluxe, a MIDI drum instrument plug-in.

A Gift to Women Instrumentalists

Kristine Moyer-Higgins

Musicians as Connectors

By 
Jason Camelio

Berklee students share their gifts around the world through teaching and performing.

K-POP Dance Classes Sat Apr 30 4:30-6pm

Added Class ---Less Stress!

Instructor: Claire Lim

Saturday, April 30, 4:30pm - 6pm in The Loft

 

Faculty Profile: Elena Roussanova Lucas

By 
Mary Hurley

Assistant Professor Elena Roussanova Lucas

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