It’s not always easy to get a feel for a city, especially one as multifaceted as New Orleans. With all of the focus on the raucous aspects of the French Quarter, it’s difficult to see the real NOLA. It hit me while doing laundry in the J&M Studios building (now a laundromat) that Ray Charles used in the early 1950’s to spark the beginnings of rock and roll … New Orleans is of critical importance to the cultural and musical history.
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Jeannie Gagné is an Associate Professor of Voice at Berklee. International Programs at Berklee recently helped Jeannie plan a trip to Hong Kong where she is teaching and performing. Here she recounts her experiences while traveling abroad. You can read other posts about her trip here.
On Wednesday May 21 Kelvin Lau and I taped a 2-hour spot for DBC Radio, an internet program on music. I sang four songs self-accompanied on keys, and Kelvin sang 5 songs with pianist Cedric Chan. We were interviewed by Kathy, with Wilson at the controls. The show airs in late June. When I left at 1am Kelvin was still recording, they went all night!
Este é um assunto interessante para quem está na Berklee, já declarou seu major, porém não sabe como o mercado de trabalho funciona em sua determinada área.
O Carreer Development Center (CDC) é um departamento da Berklee College of Music destinado exclusivamente à providência de informações, recursos e dicas para o desenvolvimento profissional dos alunos.