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Town Hall Meeting CAF! ( Town Hall Meeting at the CAF! )

Neste domingo dia 27 de Fevereiro ocorreu a primeira edição oficial do Town Hall Meeting do professor Darren Barrett. A alguns meses atrás eu escrevi sobre o recital do seu ensemble e mencionei quão diferentes e especiais costumam ser os eventos concebidos pelo professor. Em Dezembro de 2010, o recital ocorreu em uma sala de aula, ontem a reunião foi na Cafeteria da escola, onde alunos apresentam seus grupos diariamente.

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Berklee kicked butt at the Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contests

John Mailander and Kyle Tuttle play for gold at the 2010 Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contests

John Mailander and Kyle Tuttle play for gold at the 2010 Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contests. All photos by Sam Stambler.

Think music-college students can’t play bluegrass? The Berklee crew seriously showed off its chops at the 31st annual Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contests on Sept. 11 at the Lowell National Historic Park. Students took first place in six of the eight categories. Said top alt-styles fiddler Bronwyn Keith-Hynes, “It was a pretty good day!”

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The BIRN Radio 버클리 라디오

각 대학교마다 라디오 방송국이 있습니다.

버클리의 라디오 채널들은 왠지 더 특별하죠.

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Summertime, and the touring is easy (we hope)

It’s relatively quiet here in Boston as the summer semester settles in… though it’s 52 degrees today… because many students have left town. And many take advantage of the warm season to TOUR!

Luckily, we get to follow some of them here. Singer/songwriter Liz Longley will cover her experiences on the folk circuit, several bands will report from jazz festivals, and mandolinist Eric Robertson will blog bluegrass. Along the way, we expect to hear about huge crowds, leaky tents, and late-night brushes (jam sessions) with stardom.

Improvisation Symposium

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