This is a vlog of my trip to Boston, but mostly it is an interview of 5 Berklee students about their experience at school and their advice for new students. I hope it's helpful to anyone considering attending.
Thanks, everyone for submitting your re-harms of Mac Ayres' "Easy." Time stamps and names of artists below. Make sure and leave positive feedback for these brave souls!
Transcribing from a choir and arranging for piano. 3HOURS LIVE STREAMING - Work With Me? If you'd like to donate to my album, please click the following link and leave me a note with your email address so I can thank you! https://paypal.me/aimn
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This is my interview with June Lee. It's the first time we have ever met, and we had a blast together. Listen as we discuss Jacob Collier, harmony, composition, perfect pitch, and play and sing with each other. I hope you have as much fun listening as we had making this for you.
Part two of my interview with Dr. Scott Holden. In this half, we work on Scott's jazz playing and have a blast just talking about whatever happens to come up. Scott could use a boost in subscribers. Please help him out by clicking the subscribe button here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeQRHV2uHeU_J1FcbtodRcQ
Scott Holden is a dear friend of mine who knows the piano inside and out. He holds music degrees from University Of Michigan, Manhattan School of Music, and the Julliard School where he was a recipient of the Horowitz Prize. Scott and I met when we were both living in Washington Heights in New York City and it was a pleasure to hang out with him and play/talk about music. Part two is coming soon, when I help Scott out with his jazz chops. Scott could use a boost in subscribers. Please help him out by clicking the subscribe button here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeQRHV2uHeU_J1FcbtodRcQ
"All new music is terrible. People stopped making good music in the 80s. There's no reason to listen to anything on the radio THESE DAYS." If this is you, I'm asking you to watch this video, and reconsider. If you'd like to donate to my channel, please do so here: https://paypal.me/aimn