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Does the thought of setting up your own business as a self-employed musician make you break out in a sweat, especially around tax time? Come learn the ins and outs with Todd Gardner, Berklee faculty member in the Music Business/Management Department. He wil...
From its roots in Jamaican and Panamanian reggae to the genre's transformation in Puerto Rico's hip-hop scene and circulation across Latin America and the wider world, Wayne Marshall (Liberal Arts) will discuss the history of reggaeton. Connecting mu...
Your sound is the result of a dynamic process in which several parts of your body interact.  In this session, you'll develop your understanding of the structures that make up the quality of your voice and strengthen your versatility.  This is a sessi...
Join us for an inspiring introduction to known and unknown musicians who were able to succeed despite, and in some cases because of, their disabilities. Peggy Codding is a certified music therapist and music educator who specializes in special educatio...
"Finding Fela" tells the story of Fela Anikulapo Kuti's life, his music, his social and political importance. He created a new musical movement, Afrobeat, using that forum to express his revolutionary political opinions against the dictatorial Nigerian governm...
New to Berklee?  (Or at least feeling new?)   Come find out how to navigate the jungle of treasures the Stan Getz Library has to offer you as you begin your Berklee journey.  Plus, win prizes and get insider tips that will help you breeze thro...
Ever wondered if you could gauge the success of your career or business, not on profit and return, but based on a positive return to society? Do you have big dreams of carving a niche in the music industry for a model built on pursuing innovative...
Join us as special guest Dr. David Baker of the University of London shares about the longstanding traditions of blind musicianship across the world and the life experiences of today's visually-impaired musicians. Following Dr. Baker’s presentation, Berkl...
Appropriate or appropriation? Exchange or exaction? Come connect the dots between music lyrics & video and the cultural content & messaging it sends. From pop tunes to the scoring of westerns, war films and movies that feature indigenous peoples, fr...
Join Berklee Contemporary Writing and Production faculty Chrissy Tignor Fisher and music industry professional Tom Fisher for a presentation about self-promotion in the current international music industry.   Come learn how to best present yoursel...

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