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CANCELED: Lauren Murphy

CANCELED: Please contact the box office for information on refunds.Singer Lauren Murphy performs a selection of her original compositions with her band. 
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Berklee News

Max Rapp's Senior Recital

This performance will be a culmination of the various techniques and styles guitarist Max Rapp has studied during his time at Berklee.
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Berklee News

Lee Ping-Hsuan: Kino's Composition Concert

Pianist Lee "Kino" Ping-Hsuan performs her original compositions in different styles.
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Following Your Heart and Letting Go: Andres Fonseca

My name is, Andres Fonseca Alfonso, born in Bogota, Colombia. I’ve been playing music since I was 8 years old, started with piano lessons and soon after fell in love with percussion instruments, particularly Drum-set. After studying in different schools and private music lessons, I went on to study professionally in the music program at Universidad […]
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Berklee Blogs

Two-Five-One: Joo Won Park

ii-V-I Joo Won Park (www.joowonpark.net) graduated in 2001 as a dual major of Music Synthesis and Contemporary Writing & Production. He is now working as a Visiting Assistant Professor of computer music at the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio.  Joo Won is also a performing electronic musician. Name: Joo Won Park Major(s): Music Synthesis, Contemporary Writing […]
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Berklee Blogs

Boston Around Berklee 4

 Suhhyun Sarah Kwon is a fourth semester student at Berklee, dual majoring in Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing and Production. 버클리에서 Film Scoring과 Contemporary Writing and Production 복수전공으로 네번째 학기를 맞는 권서현입니다. 영어로 발음하기 어려운 이름이라 Sarah라는 이름을 사용하고 있습니다. 오랜만에 학교 밖 보스턴에 대한 포스팅입니다. 보통 미국 음식이라고 하면 어떤 걸 떠올리시나요? 지난 2년동안 보스턴에서 […]
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Music Business Journal

YouTube’s Music Pangs

It’s been rumored for quite some time that Google is working on an on-demand music streaming service to be run through their video streaming service YouTube. With Spotify, Apple, and Deezer all growing their streaming services, and YouTube’s significant foothold in the industry, a streaming service seemed almost inevitable. In mid-July 2014, Google began reserving [...]
Music Business Journal
Music Business Journal

Music Products, 2015

Americans spend $21 per capita on music products, about as much as they spend today on recorded music. The figure exceeds concert grosses per head and also the total per capita music royalty collections by ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and the Harry Fox Agency. Yet the only glimpse most musicians see of the world of products [...]
Music Business Journal
Music Business Journal

Shortchanging Covers

On February 5, 2015, the US Copyright Office released a comprehensive set of recommendations on how to revise copyright law called “Copyright and the Music Marketplace”. These revisions, if they were to become law, could affect every corner of the music industry. One of the most significant changes could come from the short three-paragraph section [...]
Music Business Journal
Music Business Journal

Post-1978 Copyright Reversions

2013 marked the first year that sound recording and musical composition copyrights could revert from labels and publishers, respectively, to artists and songwriters. The Copyright Act of 19761, which became effective in 1978, states that the termination of the grant of copyright may be effected at any time “during a period of five years beginning [...]
Music Business Journal
Music Business Journal

Fair Use: A Manual

Fair use has always been a contentious concept. A great number of musicians, as well as artists of other varieties, include copyrighted material in their own works through techniques such as sampling and parodying. However, many of these works do not fall under the scope of fair use. In fact, there is a lot of [...]
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