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An Interview With Professor Don Gorder of Berklee College of Music


Don Gorder, chair and founder of the Music Business/Management Department at Berklee College of Music, is an attorney, educator, and musician. He holds advanced degrees in law and music, has authored numerous articles on the music industry, and has spoken at many national and international music industry events. As an attorney, he has represented clients in matters of copyright and contracts, and he remains active as a trumpet player in a variety of jazz and commercial settings
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In this full-length interview conducted in October 2007, Don Gorder, chair and founder of the Music Business/Management Department at Berklee College of Music introduces himself and his program, and speaks in detail about the challenges of preparing students for the fast-changing world of today’s music industry. He also discusses some specific aspects of Berklee’s Music Business program, like what kind of students they look for, how the curriculum is structured, and how the program is changing to fit the music business of tomorrow.



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Oct-07
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