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Music Ed - Holland College to Berklee College

Berklee3.jpgThey say it takes practice practice practice to get to Carnegie Hall. It also takes talent and these days music education. Music students at Holland College now have an extra edge in their education. The college has an agreement with what's considered the most famous music school in the world - the Berklee College of Music in Boston. It's alumni include 200 Grammy Award winners. Forty three hundred students attend Berklee with international students coming from 90 countries including Canada. Today two staff members from Berklee were jamming with students at the Holland College School of Performing Arts. And there's a chance for more jamming this evening. Karen Mair met with Alan Dowling Head of music performance at Holland College and Jason Camelio the Director of International programs at Berklee College of music.

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