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Sharing My Voice through Summer in the City

By Belinda Huang

IMG_0706This past weekend, I had an amazing opportunity to play at Longfellow House, a historical site in Boston, through Berklee’s Summer in the City program. Being that I had never stayed in Boston for a summer yet, nor had I played a show in the city before, I was both nervous and excited.

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Encerramento do semestre e formatura da turma de 2016

Enfim, o semestre de aulas chega ao fim. No meu caso, minha jornada na Berklee também chega ao fim, culminando na formatura que acontecerá amanhã. Assim como as aulas acabaram, este será meu último post neste blog que tive o privilégio de administrar durante os últimos 2 anos.

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A few words about starting a Symphony Orchestra

Last night we had our final rehearsal with Valencia Film Orchestra. So far it has been an amazing journey, and we are really excited about our concert in the Palau de la Música this Saturday, April 30th.

Putting together a group of 66 amazingly talented musicians has been the hardest challenge of our lives. We have gone through months of hard work, planning and preparation. Thousands of emails and phone calls later, we were able to successfully have our first rehearsal two weeks ago. Everybody was super excited to share beautiful music with fellow musicians from up to 13 countries.
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Yellow Dog Music Fest Goes Big With Cody Simpson

In coordination with the Office of Experiential Learning,  a crew of Berklee students helped produce the inaugural Yellow Dog Music Fest. The following post was written by Noah Gopen, one of the festival organizers. Read a post by fellow organizer Selina Meuross.

By Noah Gopen   YDMFSmall Poster 2016

When I was asked to join the Yellow Dog team I had no idea what to expect. I had heard about the festival before—it was some type of beach concert in Cape Cod that featured seven Berklee bands. This was all I knew. When I decided to commit to the position as digital media lead, I thought I would just be setting up Facebook posts and making sure everything ran smoothly. Turns out that Yellow Dog is developing itself similar to any startup business out there, and booking Cody Simpson only made the job even more time intensive.

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Interview with Nitish Kulkarni and Enrique Ponce, Performers at Innovation: En Vivo! Spring 2016

Interview with Nitish Kulkarni

Nitish, how would you describe your music?
I create instrumental music that is a blend of acoustic and electronic sounds. I use instruments from around the globe and blend them together in a contemporary setting. The result is a dynamic style of music that is highly accessible and leaves the interpretation open to the listener’s imagination. There are no words in my music. I use human voices from time to time, usually to create a specific effects, but only as another instrument.

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