Inspired By Berklee

On October 7th, the Inspired group announced a new partnership with the prestigious Boston-based Berklee College of Music.

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Inspired By Berklee
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October 17, 2019
Inspired By Berklee
On October 7th, the Inspired group announced a new partnership with the prestigious Boston-based Berklee College of Music.

The initiative, named “Inspired By Berklee”, aims to share knowledge of areas such as contemporary music, dance and theatre. As partners of 53 schools around the world, Inspired has as one of its banners the commitment to develop students' creativity, as well as the committal to acquire the necessary tools for a promising and prosperous future. With the celebration of this partnership, the group associates itself with a renowned institution and a group of luminaries including John Mayer, Quincy Jones, Annie Clark, among others.

The project also involves direct input from resident artists from Berklee University, on the campus of partner schools, providing them with a prolific environment in the performing arts. As a result of this collaboration, online resources will be made available which will provide students with materials and courses. Berklee University has already been recognised and awarded for the high quality of these resources.

Nadim M. Nsouli, CEO of the Inspired Group, expressed his pride and enthusiasm for this new partnership, which the St. Peter's International School family also shares, as he has always supported and invested in the arts and in their growth in educational context.

Initiatives like this allow our students to collaborate with top professionals and to progress in several aspects. Synergies like these benefit the entire educational community, as it gains valuable knowledge and insight.

For more information regarding the Inspired by Berklee initiative, please consult the following link: