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New Year, New Semester, and Another Midterm Check-In

This post has been ruminating since winter break, when I first began reflecting on what I had learned from my first semester at Berklee and what I wanted to change going into my second semester. Being that it’s already spring break, I can share not only my original goals or “resolutions,” but also my progress thus far.

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Rhythm Of the Universe (Interview with the mastermind of the project Emir Cerman)

Before coming to Berklee, Turkish film scorer Emir German created a five-minute video about Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, with Cerman’s original score over historical footage. The video had 10,000 views on YouTube in the first two months of its life, and last August, in advance of the 85th anniversary of the republic’s founding, Cerman’s video was picked up by CNN Turk, Kanalturk, and MTV Turkey, reaching almost 4 million people.

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