Berklee City Music Network Podcast

Sinopsis

Berklee City Music is a nonprofit program that harnesses the energy of contemporary music to provide music education to 4th through 12th graders in underserved communities at 38 Network sites,educating more than 10,000 students across the country. With year-round instruction, the Berklee PULSE Music method online music education platform, expert faculty, individualized mentoring and a comprehensive curriculum, Berklee City Music combines the environment of attention and encouragement. Youth receive the tools and support they need to flourish as students, musicians and, perhaps most important, confident and well-rounded individuals, ready to shape the world

Episodios

  • Will Power Unsung Heroes Breakfast Podcast Part 3

    Will Power Unsung Heroes Breakfast Podcast Part 3

    26/02/2013 Duración: 19min
  • Will Power Unsung Heroes Breakfast Podcast Part 2

    Will Power Unsung Heroes Breakfast Podcast Part 2

    26/02/2013 Duración: 12min
  • Will Power Unsung Heroes Breakfast Podcast Part 1

    Will Power Unsung Heroes Breakfast Podcast Part 1

    26/02/2013 Duración: 13min
  • Al Bell - The Untold Story Part 3 of 3

    Al Bell - The Untold Story Part 3 of 3

    13/12/2012 Duración: 05min

    Berklee City Music was honored to welcome soul music icon Al Bell as the keynote speaker for the 2012 Berklee City Music Network Conference in Memphis. As head of promotions as well as a producer and eventually the final owner of Memphis’ own Stax Records, Bell was responsible for both Stax’s growth in the music industry and bringing the music of Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, the Staple Singers and other soul music pioneers to millions of Americans.

  • Kirk Whalum - The Urban Educator Part 3 of 3

    Kirk Whalum - The Urban Educator Part 3 of 3

    13/12/2012 Duración: 27min

    You know Kirk Whalum for his musicianship, 11 Grammy nominations, and his sax playing on Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You." You know him because he is successful, but you don't know why he is successful. At this year's Berklee City Music Conference, held in Memphis, Mr. Whalum's hometown, we were fortunate to have him speak about the key to breaking free and being successful.

  • Kirk Whalum - The Urban Educator Part 2 of 3

    Kirk Whalum - The Urban Educator Part 2 of 3

    06/12/2012 Duración: 19min

    Description: You know Kirk Whalum for his musicianship, 11 Grammy nominations, and his sax playing on Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You." You know him because he is successful, but you don't know why he is successful. At this year's Berklee City Music Conference, held in Memphis, Mr. Whalum's hometown, we were fortunate to have him speak about the key to breaking free and being successful.

  • Deanie Parker - The Heart and Soul of Stax Records Part 2 of 2

    Deanie Parker - The Heart and Soul of Stax Records Part 2 of 2

    06/12/2012 Duración: 13min

    Born in Mississippi, Deanie arrived at the Stax studio on McLemore Avenue in 1963 becoming one of Stax Records’ first artists. Deanie went on to perform practically every role, from singer, to composer, to liner notes writer, photographer, editor, publicist, press correspondent, documentalist, and most notably, the Soulsville Foundation’s first President and CEO, a nonprofit organization that helped build the Stax Museum of American Soul Music.

  •  Al Bell - The Untold Story Part 2 of 3

    Al Bell - The Untold Story Part 2 of 3

    06/12/2012 Duración: 06min

    Berklee City Music was honored to welcome soul music icon Al Bell as the keynote speaker for the 2012 Berklee City Music Network Conference in Memphis. As head of promotions as well as a producer and eventually the final owner of Memphis’ own Stax Records, Bell was responsible for both Stax’s growth in the music industry and bringing the music of Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, the Staple Singers and other soul music pioneers to millions of Americans.

  • Deanie Parker - The Heart and Soul of Stax Records Part 1 of 2

    Deanie Parker - The Heart and Soul of Stax Records Part 1 of 2

    30/11/2012 Duración: 14min

    Born in Mississippi, Deanie arrived at the Stax studio on McLemore Avenue in 1963 becoming one of Stax Records’ first artists. Deanie went on to perform practically every role, from singer, to composer, to liner notes writer, photographer, editor, publicist, press correspondent, documentalist, and most notably, the Soulsville Foundation’s first President and CEO, a nonprofit organization that helped build the Stax Museum of American Soul Music

  • Kirk Whalum - The Urban Educator Part 1 of 3

    Kirk Whalum - The Urban Educator Part 1 of 3

    30/11/2012 Duración: 16min

    You know Kirk Whalum for his musicianship, 11 Grammy nominations, and his sax playing on Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You." You know him because he is successful, but you don't know why he is successful. At this year's Berklee City Music Conference, held in Memphis, Mr. Whalum's hometown, we were fortunate to have him speak about the key to breaking free and being successful.

  • Al Bell - The Untold Story Part 1 of 3

    Al Bell - The Untold Story Part 1 of 3

    30/11/2012 Duración: 06min

    Berklee City Music was honored to welcome soul music icon Al Bell as the keynote speaker for the 2012 Berklee City Music Network Conference in Memphis. As head of promotions as well as a producer and eventually the final owner of Memphis’ own Stax Records, Bell was responsible for both Stax’s growth in the music industry and bringing the music of Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, the Staple Singers and other soul music pioneers to millions of Americans.

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