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How Important Had Been Your Studies At Berklee For Your Musical Develope ?

Discussion in 'Ask Janek Gwizdala' started by albertone, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. albertone

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    HI Janek, Actually I'm 18 and I'm studying double Bass at the Music Conservatory, I would really join The Berklee College of Music, but it is really expensive, and with my actually economic situation I can't look at it.
    so I would like to know how much berklee made you improve as musicians? Do you advise me to make sacrifices and groped audition as soon as I finish the conservatory? worth it ?
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    Berklee was very important for me. The most important part of it was meeting people and learning from my peer group. If you're not in the financial position to be able to attend Berklee I would suggest being in a city where you can meet as many musicians as possible, and create a scene to make music in.

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