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Presents

Berklee Presents Nick Goldston and Endangered Speeches in the Summer in the City Music Series

Last week I started off once again at the Prudential Lunch Series, this time with Nick Goldston performing.

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Way Out West – The Hailey Niswanger Quartet – Hawaii 2 (#6)

Rob Hayes, VP of external affairs, reports from the HNQ’s recording session.

The time has flown by here.  The band has been recording at the Steelgrass Farm Studio, and has eight to ten strong tracks in the can.  Producer and Berklee Professor Stephen Webber is thrilled with the band’s sound, and how fast and unerringly they work.  They’ve been having a great time.  They’ve even snuck out for an ocean swim a few times!

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Berklee in Haiti: Gerye Jwa Recording

Here we are in the first phase of the recording process here in Boston.  Will Wells is here directing the rhythm section… when he is not playing keys/ organ.

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Berklee in Haiti: Gerye Jwa rehearsal

Berklee College of Music has been fortunate enough to be involved in a project to help kids overcome life-threatening challenges with Life is good Kids Foundation.  We are working on a cd project together.  Will Wells has put together a band of students and professionals to rework folk songs written by Playmakers in Haiti, who we will soon be recording in Haiti.  Here is the Chief Playmaker, Steve Gross, explaining the project during one of the rehearsals.

Berklee World Jazz Octet at The Kennedy Center

Part of the D.C Jazz Festival, The Berklee World Jazz Octet performed recently at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

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